6 - 12 June, 2001

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ST plays down remarks
ST Microelectronics has played down remarks made by Economic Services Minister Josef Bonnici about the transfer of a new production plant to Malta from Canada

Irish ‘nay’ vote may stall Malta’s EU membership
By a staff reporterIf the Irish people vote against Ireland’s ratification of the Nice Treaty in tomorrow’s referendum, the Treaty will be stalled having severe repercussions on the enlargement process.

Daewoo back in showrooms
The brand name ‘Daewoo’ has been synonymous in Malta with political bickering, controversy and scandal over the past two years, ending in bankruptcy for the Maltese franchise that distributed the automobiles on the island

Alfred Mifsud’s shareholders association issues memorandum on privatisation
The Malta Shareholders Association is in favour of privatisation as long as this is conducted in a fair and transparent way ensuring that the State obtains fair value for the assets being privatised

178 roads to get facelift in 2001
Works are currently underway on more then 35km of roads in various localities around Malta. This is equivalent to the distance between Britain and France in the English Channel

New regulations for building industry on the horizon
A set of new building regulations for the construction industry are in the pipeline, according to the chairman of the Building Industry Consultative Council, Robert Musumeci

Maltese delegation attends meeting of trade ministers of euro-mediterranean partnership in Brussels
A Maltese delegation led by George Hyzler, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry for Economic Services, was in Brussels to participate at the meeting of Trade Ministers of Euro-Mediterranean Partnership

MTA staff clean up Valletta
On the occasion of World Environment Day, the staff of the Malta Tourism Authority yesterday undertook to give something back to the city in which they are based and the organisation they work for

Go Mobile announces new tariffs for contract subscribers
Go Mobile announced new tariffs for its contract talk plans. These tariffs came into effect last Friday.

 



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