TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 04 February 2009

Employers ask for stimulus plan

David Darmanin
As international fears of deep recession hit the Maltese coast, all employer organisations in Malta have called on government to lay out a stimulus plan for local industry. >>

ADT reveals car importers’ costs

New Technical Co-ordinator for GlobalCapital

BOV with innovative approach to investments

Malta to be connected to an international network of office space

GO buys out historical rival

Government not ready for recession – Gulia

ST downsize not a threat to local economy – Tonio Fenech

Continuity of service regulations for network operators not yet in force – MCA

Microsoft Malta announces Interoperability Principles

FIMBANK plc holds Annual Offsite Meeting

Henley MBA Starter Workshop in the UK for Second 2008 Intake

HSBC named the world’s most ethical multinational

CHI adds second Ramada Hotel in Abu Dhabi

EU expert advocates Maltese economic model to overcome global crisis

British Airways pledge to cut net Co2 emissions by 50% by 2050

Melita Mobile announces prices up to 30% cheaper

GlobalCapital introduces online payment facilities

Pendergardens awards contract to Panta Contracting Limited

Vodafone underwater cable undergoes maintenance

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