TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 04 March 2009

Impending rate cut paves way for €95m stock issue

The €95 million bond issue by the government has coincided with an impending interest rate cut tomorrow by the European Central Bank. >>

GO and Bell Net in possible merger

GWU Economic stimulus package presented to MCESD

Hospitality Director appointed at AX Holdings

New CEO for Malta Maritime Authority

Salvo Grima (Freeport Operations) Ltd. appointed Logistics Partner for JAG flocomponents

ECB expected to lower interest rates to an all-time low of 1.5 per cent

Economists clash over EC assessment of Malta stability programme

Customer Recession Management: Sell Smart not Hard

Commission gets rid of accounting requirements for micros

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Growth projected in Project Management

While in Malta to conduct a course in Project Management, 37-year-old Lebanese civil engineering guru Dr Firas Abouzaki spoke to Business Today on the future of project management and how construction in the Middle East has been affected by the global economic downturn. Interview by David Darmanin >>

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Cashing on Captives
It is interesting to note that for the second year running Captive Review has organised the Malta Insurance Rendezvous to discuss worldwide issues relating to captives. Indeed this year, the two-day event will start on Wednesday 4 March at the Westin Dragonara Hotel where a number of international delegates will meet to discuss topical issues hitting the sector. >>



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