30 APRIL 2003

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Maltacom’s profits at Lm13.5m, but Vodafone divestiture still a thorn in the side
By Matthew Vella
A sober reminder of a sour quest. Maltacom’s ongoing divestiture of its twenty per cent stake in Vodafone Malta was yesterday a cause of concern for Chairman Maurice Zarb Adami in his concluding remarks for Maltacom’s 2002 final accounts READ MORE >>

One or two more new faces possible in Parliament
Casual elections for parliamentary seats can spring surprises, but not many are expected in the elections that should be held next week. There could be no new faces in parliament.
Speculation is, however, rife that certain PN parliamentarians, including ministers and parliamentary secretaries, could contest the Euro Parliamentary elections, attracted in no small measure by the Euro100,000 yearly salary. READ MORE >>

Argentine government shake-up could offer hope to disgruntled investors
By David Lindsay
The scores of Maltese investors who saw tens of millions of pounds in investments become all but worthless with the collapse of the Argentine economy may soon begin to see a ray of light at the end of the tunnel with the recent appointment of a new Argentine economy minister and a presidential run-off election scheduled for May.READ MORE >>

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