TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Finance Ministry rebuts PL claims on Gozo Channel

‘Confidential’ information revealed

David Darmanin
A Finance Ministry spokesperson yesterday afternoon denied claims made by PL MP Charles Mangion in a story we featured last week, wherein a government ploy to hide losses incurred by the state-owned ferry service to Gozo was revealed. >>

Mangion’s claims on Gozo Ferries Ltd ‘incorrect’

Unemployment shoots up by 1,110

Vodafone subscribers drop by 6,000 in Q1

Weighing and Measuring performance with promises

Promoting business with Switzerland

Maltese financiers to invest in Bulgarian property

Is stagflation a possibility?

Oracle ECM Conference ‘A success story’

BOV announces bond issue

FIMBank talks about financial crisis in Washington

ICON launch new Light website featuring Web 2.0 integration

Melita renews support for Malta Football Awards

Malta promoted at Jeddah Conference

HSBC supports life at Mgarr Harbour – in pictures

The great car boot sale

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Herbert Kaufman is the CEO of Flughafen Wien AG, operators of both Vienna International Airport (VIE) and the Malta International Airport (MIA). SAVIOUR BALZAN caught up with him at the company’s new premises at the Austrian capital. According to Kaufman: “VIE was one of the first airports to be partially sold off by the government back in 1992. Since then many parties have benefited from the VIE privatisation, including airlines leading towards higher service and quality standards.”>>

Reinstating confidence in the VAT department
It is not known whether Tonio Fenech had another alternative to reporting the VAT fraud allegations to the police after a prominent businessman tipped him off on the sordid goings-on at the department. >>

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It was a sunny afternoon last week as I landed at Toronto‘s modern airport which to my surprise was blessed with a sunny breeze in the 20 degrees Celsius. >>



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