27 FEBRUARY 2002

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Food Chain in financial turnaround bid
Farsons made its long-expected announcement on Monday that it would be restructuring its fast-food subsidiary, Food Chain, and closing two outlets in the process.

Swedish confederation officials familiarise with Malta
The Malta Federation of Industry recently organised a Malta familiarisation visit for senior officials from the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise

Corinthia wins EUR80m Sudan consultancy contract
Corinthia Group subsidiary, Quality Project Management Limited, has been awarded a Sudanese consultancy contract worth some EUR80 million, the Group announced yesterday

Galea highlights computer literacy
At the launch of the CISCO Networking Regional Academy last week, Education Minister Louis Galea highlighted the government’s drive to bring computer literacy to all Maltese

FOI signs co-operation agreement with Rome Industrialists’ Union
Malta Federation of Industry Deputy President Anton Borg and Giancarlo Elia Valori – President of the Unione Degli Industriali di Roma, signed a co-operation agreement between the two organisations at a ceremony that took place last week in the presence of Prime Minister Dr Eddie Fenech Adami, who was on an official visit to Rome

Bay StreetOperators’ Association set up
The Bay Street Tourist Complex recently set up an association, which together with the Bay Street management team, will be responsible for giving recommendations on the implementation of new strategic and marketing plan for the Complex

Direct reservations channel open to hoteliers
The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association recently strengthened its ties with Lexington Services as its preferred hotel reservations provider. Lexington Services, a subsidiary of Travel Services International, Inc., is the largest provider of global hotel reservations in the United States and the second largest in the world

Delay in appointment of new welfare commission chairman causing concern
Concern is mounting over the length of time it is taking for a new chairman to be appointed at the helm of the Welfare Reform Commission, although a spokesman for the Social Policy ministry stressed that the government is not neglecting the issue.

Communications Authority publishes ISP Code of Practice
The Malta Communications Authority has gone ahead with plans to publish a Code of Practice to protect Internet users after months of procrastination by Internet Service Providers to come up with their own draft

 

 

 



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