6 MARCH 2002
Not just an alarm bell
Kurt Sansone interviews Datatraks security consultant, Martin Zerafa
EU finance ministers shelving Euro-Mediterranean bank proposal
Last night, European Union finance ministers were giving a sceptical reception to proposals that a new Euro-Mediterranean bank be established to finance development projects in countries of the region
Corinthia awards Maltese joint venture largest contract ever
In a prime example of how Maltese businesses can co-operate to achieve aims otherwise beyond their reach, the Corinthia Group yesterday announced it had awarded a Maltese joint venture a furniture and joinery contract for its 300-room Corinthia Hotel Tripoli
Business opportunities discussed at Bank of Valletta seminar
BoV Chairman Joseph FX Zahra, explained at a recent conference, "The implementation of Law Number Five in 1997, which facilitates foreign direct investment, and the related opening up of the Libyan economy has given further impetus to Malta, like many other countries, to increase its direct investment and commercial activities in Libya.
Tui group calls for better tourism product
By Miriam Dunn
The challenge that Malta has ahead of it if it wants to improve its tourism industry has been highlighted in a list of proposals compiled by leading tour operator Tui Schone Ferien, also known as World of Tui and handed over to its Maltese partners.
ISPs code of ethics
From Philip Cassar - Chairman, ISPSS - Chamber of Commerce
Please refer to your article entitled "No lSP code of practice" which appeared on issue No: 224 dated Wednesday 20 February 2002...
New Mediterranean business organisation launched
On the eve of the fifth Euro-Mediterranean Business Summit held in Istanbul last week, Ian Mizzi represented the Malta Federation of Industry in his capacity as Vice President at the signing ceremony and press launch of the creation of the Union of Mediterranean Confederations of Enterprises (UMCE).