1 October 2003

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Country needs urgent "medicine" – FOI president

Government and the Opposition yesterday came in for some harsh words by Federation of Industry President Anton Borg, who insisted that unless certain "hard" decisions are taken the country will soon face a bleak future. READ MORE >>

Malta-Hong Kong trade potential promising
By David Lindsay
Speaking to The Malta Financial and Business Times during a whistle stop visit to Malta last week, Hong Kong Trade Development Council Regional Director for Western Europe Raymond Yip was adamant that trade between Malta and Hong Kong holds great potential for growth and that further synergies can be developed between the two islands. READ MORE >>

Gonzi reports back to cabinet on Drydocks dispute
By Kurt Sansone
No new developments were reported yesterday in the Drydocks controversy as Social Policy Minister Lawrence Gonzi informed cabinet of the current situation after Saturday’s impasse with the General Workers’ Union. READ MORE >>

Tourism’s gross earnings up 7.8 per cent, six month arrivals up 2.9 per cent
- Corinthia declares Bab Africa Hotel open
According to statistics released by the National Statistics Office yesterday, gross earnings from tourism for the first six months of the year reached Lm112.3 million - an increase of Lm8.1 million, or 7.8 per cent, over the same period last year. READ MORE

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