5 JUNE 2002

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Slack business for bars … better for restaurants
Bar owners are not happy with this year’s timing of the World Cup finals. Not only are they battling an economic slowdown, but the early-morning timings of the matches also means they are not finding this year’s footballing bonanza to be the guaranteed money spinner it usually is.
Manufacturing still suffering from dnepressed demand - FOI
According to the Federation of Industry’s latest Industry Trends Survey, the forecasts of export oriented firms for this year’s second half are more pessimistic than the firms’ sentiment was for the second half of 2001
Regulatory approval for 21% Lombard Bank share transfer
Lombard Bank announced late last week that the necessary regulatory approvals have been received for the sale of the 21 per cent shareholding of the bank held by CCF Holdings (Suisse) and Handelsfinanz-CCF Bank to the Banca Unione di Credito.
CBM survey finds gradual improvement in business sentiment
According to the Central Bank of Malta’s latest business perceptions survey, there has been a cautious improvement in sentiment among the business players responding to the survey.



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