17 November 2004
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Budget discussions down to the wire
By Kurt Sansone
It won’t be a weekend retreat in Gozo for the social partners and the minister of finance this year in preparation for the Budget. Instead, they will be holding a one-day briefing next Saturday, during which Parliamentary Secretary Tonio Fenech will give the social partners a run-down of the proposals to be announced in the budget today week.

Employers and OHSA still awaiting clarifications on social security bill
By Matthew Vella
The definition of an injury suffered in the workplace through the negligence of the workers themselves is still posing a confusing legal point for employers and the Occupational Health and Safety Authority.

Barroso’s new line-up expected to get thumbs up tomorrow
The three new Commissioners designate Franco Frattini, Andris Piebalgs and László Kovács have all been greeted with favourable remarks by the majority of the European Parliament committee members, who are expected to deliver the new Barroso commission a thumbs up, tomorrow during a Strasbourg plenary session. READ MORE >>

A B2B compass
DAVID LINDSAY speaks to Kompass Malta’s Albert Borg Cardona about the innovative business to business website franchise

The euro after five years: assessing its performance and global role
European Central Bank Vice President Lucas Papademos speaks at the 13th International Monetary Symposium organised in Tokyo by the Institute for International Monetary Affairs and the Delegation of the European Commission


VAT derogation on Gozo Channel car tickets never negotiated

Advisors to Prime Minister and Finance Minister

German, French bid for looser EU pact hits resistance

Brown clashes with EU ministers over UK's budget rebate

Budget 2004: pushing for business incentives

Middlesea Valletta Life supports Malta Special Olympics team

Golf: White Rocks site ‘above the rest,’ but tourism complex would not be possible

No more ‘Us and Them’ where tax is concerned

Emirates future home to set new standards in corporate offices

Malta Employers’ Association presents Budget proposals

EC welcomes agreement on new measures to combat money laundering




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