17 May 2006

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Sea Malta sailors get precedence over other creditors in ship auction
James Debono
The same employees who struck the final nail in the coffin of the Sea Malta privatisation deal by refusing conditions offered by Grimaldi have won precedence over other creditors when it comes to the allocation of proceeds from the sale of Maltese Falcon, the ship at the centre of much controversy last year.

Stronger order books under pressure from falling prices
Manufacturing order books in April are still below normal, but they now stand at the highest level reached in the last ten months according to the April Industry survey results published by the Federation of Industry. READ MORE >>

No signs yet of impact on property market
Matthew Vella
Some of Malta’s leading property agents have told Business Today it is still too early to determine the impact the increase in development zones will have on the property market.


Labour spokesperson cancels attendance on pension reform seminar
Matthew Vella
Labour MP Karl Chircop has cancelled his appearance for the Business Today breakfast seminar on pension reform after saying the Malta Labour Party had no policy on the issue.

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