TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Chamber proposed ‘compensation’

Joint proposal with GWU in August shot down by MCCEI members

Karl Stagno-Navarra and Matthew Vella
A joint letter signed by Helga Ellul as President of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry (MCCEI) and General Workers Union Secretary general Tony Zarb calling on government to “identify an appropriate compensatory mechanism to non-commercial consumers to offset the increase in electricity and water tariffs,” has sparked fury among the business community, and insisted that the letter to MCESD be retracted. >>

COLA revised downwards to €5.82

Malta, a new home for Inghirami

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Injury compensation draining millions out of insurance companies

Alliance calls for immediate correction to maximum pension cap

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