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Nationalist party looks towards EU as Labour promises cuts in public spending
Parties’ manifestos on finance and economy

"Conformity with international regulations, without foreign interference." A misnomer sounds off in the first of Labour’s proposals on financial services.READ MORE >>

Enemalta protected against oil price hikes – Bonnici

The international price of oil has been on something of a rollercoaster ride since the outbreak of war in Iraq. Oil indices fell sharply at the conflict’s inception, only to be rising again recently while the prospect of a short-lived campaign in Iraq quickly dissipates as resistance to coalition forces mounts in Iraq. READ MORE >>

Malta Stock Exchange fails to react to Iraq conflict

Despite the fact that Malta is increasingly participating in a world economy that becomes more globalised by the day, Malta’s stock market is still to respond to the crisis in Iraq. READ MORE >>

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