TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 16 September 2009

ST Microlectronics future still in the balance

Karl Stagno-Navarra

ST Microelectronics have not yet concluded talks with government about an assistance package, but prospects are that the multinational will keep its operation in Malta, but downsize it’s labour force. >>

Finance Minister shoots down MEA proposal on COLA

IMF insists on better budget projections, budget discipline

Eight interested in bus service

Slight increase in labour cost

New MRA board appointed

Income Tax amnesty under the spotlight

Analogue switch-off date on 1 January 2011, not 2012

Promoting authenticity or duplication?

Fahrenheit confirmed ITG’s official Malta partner

Corinthia bond issue oversubscribed

Mark Lamb: Silly September

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