TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 22 July 2009

Government dead-set on curbing inflation

Food and beverage prices up by 43% in June

Karl Stagno-Navarra

A Finance Ministry study tabled at the last MCESD meeting shows that price increases witnessed in Malta during the past few months are attributed to heavy increases in the prices of food, non-alcoholic beverages, energy, restaurants and hotels. >>

Gozo-Sicily flights hindered by police concerns

Air Malta to dump fuel surcharge

Maltese career women most disadvantaged in the EU

Jazz Festival puts Malta back on the cultural map

Tourism: Creating innovation and increasing stakeholder involvement

Saving Taxation Directive ‘a failure’ – Deutsche Bank

Touristra signs multimillion deal with Paradise Bay Hotel

Eden Leisure registers €23m revenue in 2008

Hotel Milano Due to invest €0.5m

Assessing the IMF’s warnings to Malta

New Student Benefits from BOV Club

Corinthia to develop Medina Tower high rise in Tripoli

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