The 12 Interprint employees who until yesterday were resisting government’s offer to receive termination benefits in order to press their case for alternative employment have finally accepted the generous payment, The Malta Financial and Business Times has learnt.
Ryanair, the low-cost airline carrier, is promising to deliver two million tourists in the next three years, in return for a discounted rate at the Malta International Airport.
But Minister for Tourism Francis Zammit Dimech has said the claim “needs to be verified in an objective manner.”
Economist Prof. Edward Scicluna disputes a claim made by the National Statistics Office that in the second quarter of this year “there were increases in output across all sectors” insisting that most of these increases were offset by inflation.
A pioneer in the teaching of computer science and IT, Charles Theuma, principal at the St Martin’s Institute of Information Technology, believes education could be the next big service industry for Malta.
The success of implementing a single tax rate in the accession countries has spurned others to look again and seriously evaluate its merits. Some fiscal consultants have hailed this quiet revolution as a mile stone in unseating fiendishly complex tax laws. READ MORE >>