Sunday Circle
Issue No. 164
20 – 26 December 2000
British High Commissioner, Howard Pearce, speaks to Miriam Dunn

Central Bank react to Dr Sant's allegations


Malta, post-Nice

By Jesmond Saliba

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As the dust settles, JESMOND SALIBA asks what the outcome really means for Malta

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Businesses fear Frosch repercussions
The President of the Malta Hotels and Restaurants' Association might have lauded his members yesterday for putting up a united front against Frosch Touristik's proposal to have its pre-contracted rates reviewed, but whether that feeling of solidarity will be expressed throughout the rest of the island is far from guaranteed.

British High Commissioner gets economic deja-vu
Having witnessed the major economic restructuring that Britain went through during the 1980's, the British High Commissioner, Howard Pearce, admits to having experienced a sense of ‘deja-vu' when he arrived in Malta 16 months ago.

Local News

Central Bank react to Dr Sant's allegations
Insists it is not infringing International Monetary Fund Regulations

Confined Space Apparatus
A conference on Confined Space Apparatus organised by Suiga Ltd. was held at the Westin Dragonara Resort in November, 2000.

BOV branches awarded incentive scheme awards
During Bank of Valletta Group's Christmas Staff Party held at the San Gorg Corinthia, 30 BOV branches were awarded the Annual Incentive Scheme Awards by the Group's Chairman Mr Joseph F. X. Zahra

'Encounters with Malta' - a millennium project of Vodafone
As the first year of the new millennium comes to an end, Vodafone is celebrating the launching of a prestigious book specially commissioned for the year 2000 - a year which also marks the 10th anniversary of the company's operations in Malta

Hoteliers call for reversal of tourism trends
Worrying trends in tourism that were evident last year have once again shown up in the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association's survey for July to September 2000. By Nadine Brincat

Six-year high for Euro-zone inflation
The EU annual rate of consumer price inflation jumped 0.2 percentage points to 2.9 per cent in November, aided by a 0.8 percentage point rise in energy prices to 15.3 per cent.


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