TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 25 February 2009

Ministry slams PL charge on €12.6m loss on EU membership

David Darmanin

Reacting to a story featured on sister paper MaltaToday last Sunday, wherein we reported that government left €180 million unspent in EU funds over the past two years, the Finance Ministry yesterday sent its reactions to Business Today to defend its stance over the situation. >>

Fenech adopting the right approach – Helga Ellul

Italy reports ‘boom’ in Maltese tourism from Bari

Chamber keeps open line of Communication with the Authorities on Economic Support Schemes

‘The Exchange’ excavation application approved

New Head of Life at Citadel Insurance

100 layoffs averted from Methode

Government must refund VAT on registration tax – EC

Brussels to fund ‘Erasmus’ for SMEs

Office of Fair Competition hides behind confidentiality on GO-NextWeb merger

Economic downturn terms defined

IFC enhances FIMBank’s Trade Facility to U$D 20m

Renewable Energy finds BOV Support

Land Rover sponsors Malta Marathon

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Helga and the tough times ahead

Industrialist Helga Ellul, who two months ago was appointed as the first President of the merged Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, spoke to Charlot Zahra about the challenges facing local business at a time when the euro area faces a recession >>

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There is no way of keeping markets performing healthily when industry players feel insecure about their business prospects. Indeed, perceptions play a very important role in bringing about economic growth.>>

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