Malta International Airport is expected to register zero growth in passenger movements for 2005 as statistics clearly point towards a drastic drop in Maltese travellers in the second half of the year when the higher passenger departure tax kicked in, Business Today can reveal.
The Chamber for Small and Medium Enterprises- GRTU is still in disarray despite President Paul Abela’s last ditch attempt to find a solution to the rift that developed between council members over the appointment of the organisation’s top officials.
The reform unveiled last Saturday aimed at regulating the white taxi service will not bring a significant reduction in prices according to the ministry for transport.
Austin Gatt, currently in Lisbon attending Microsoft’s government leaders’ forum, will this morning be meeting the global giant’s chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates to discuss furthering the relationship between government and Microsoft. READ MORE >>
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The GRTU is facing internal turmoil over accusations that the council’s top posts were manoeuvred to reflect a more government-friendly organisation.READ MORE >>