TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Financial sector up in arms over no consultation to bill

Karl Stagno-Navarra

The financial sector is up in arms with government over a bill that was apparently drafted without any consultation and allegedly carries with it a series of implications for family run businesses. >>

MCESD to be consulted on Budget implementation

EasyJet links Malta with Milan, Liverpool

Malta-Spain to boost economic ties

Are we heading towards deflation?

ECB injects liquidity

Domestic Treasury Bill Market

VFM Hosts Annual Sales Seminar for BOV Employees

The rise of deflation

New appointments at MIA plc

‘Malta Kulinarja’ Malta’s first national culinary event

Malta Chamber Vice President elected to Eurochambres board of directors

Dalli calls on Benefits Dept to ‘look into’ COLA anomaly

Mizzi Organisation bonds reach over-subscription

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