TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Gonzi speaks on employers’ stimulus package proposal:

‘Budget measures sufficient’

David Darmanin

While government has publicly committed itself to stand by the manufacturing industry through the turbulent times it is facing, the Prime Minister is so far vague over the proposals put forward to him last week by social partners to set out a salvage plan for the industry. >>

MTA director pushes to quadruple jazz festival attendance

Car importation from Japan ‘back in business’

ICON Launches inlingua’s New Web Portal

Superyacht Industry Seminar

CSB launch corporate identity at International Gaming Exhibition 2009 in London

Dedicated Micros (Malta) Appoints new Managing Director, Production Director

Economists disagree on ECB decision not to cut interest rates further

A question of confidence

Europe’s universities and businesses get together

Shireburn wins IBM Innovation Award

Court of Appeal accepts Marsascala Shops Association Appeal on fishfarms

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