10 September 2003

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UN ranks Malta fifth in global foreign investment locations
By David Lindsay
The United Nations has positioned Malta in fifth place among the leading recipients of foreign direct investment last year. The figures were released late last week in the 2003 World Investment Report drawn up by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). READ MORE >>

Personal credit hits half billion mark as savings plunge
Central Bank figures have revealed that overall personal lending reached its highest volume in March, amounting to Lm516,722,000 - a rise of Lm8,827,000 from February. Of these, bank loans for house purchases set a new record when they exceeded the January mark to rank at an all-time high at Lm372,824,000. READ MORE >>

No fear of 11 September, business as usual at Air Malta/MIA
Superstition is not making its mark on Malta at least as far as tomorrow, 11 September, is concerned. Both Air Malta and the Malta International Airport yesterday told The Malta Financial and Business Times it will be "business as usual" READ MORE >>

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