Italian shipping operator Grimaldi was yesterday “sitting and waiting” as the GWU was engaged in difficult internal discussions aimed at saving the livelihood of 114 workers.
Business in Malta’s entertainment mecca, Paceville was higher than usual during CHOGM week but still fell below the expectations of most retailers in the area, who were expecting a larger influx of foreigners.
Gross miscommunication between government ministries and departments has meant that the planned transfer, back to the government of some 350 Water Services Corporation workers started being implemented even before the state water company had concluded its workforce assessment, Business Today has learned.
Sportalnet, a Maltese registered on-line betting company will be the new owners of the Casinò di Venezia.
Labour MEP Joseph Muscat represents that breed of ‘new labour’ that believes in the free market but has no qualms in proposing radical direct action by government in the economy to ensure the standard of workers’ rights and conditions are raised across the board.
The news that the drilling company Mediterranean Oil and Gas has just been floated in the UK Stock Exchange augurs well for Malta’s latest prospects in its unrelenting effort to strike oil READ MORE >>