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Judicial protest filed by Gozo Boating Association members

The Gozo Boating Association (GBA) has announced that following numerous representations to the Government and Transport Malta throughout 2010 requesting further consideration of the Concession Agreement and subsequent Berthing Agreement concerning the berthing of boats at Mgarr Marina Gozo, members of the Association have signed a Judicial Protest against The Authority for Transport Malta and [...]
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SME support and access to finance through Bank of Valletta

Bank of Valletta is assisting Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in obtaining tailor-made solutions that contribute to the growth of their business. The BOV EU and SME desk offers business planning and a mentoring service on a one-to-one basis. This assistance ranges from business planning, financing package opportunities, European Union funding and local Government [...]
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MEPs urge HR Ashton to recognise rebel Council as official

MEPs called on High Representative Ashton to recognise the Interim National Council as officially representing the Libyan opposition. The resolution, by all political groups, also calls on EU Member States to “stand ready” for a UN-mandated no-fly zone over Libya, to prevent the Gaddafi regime targeting the population, and to help repatriate or resettle migrants [...]
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Scheduled power suspensions in Qala on Saturday

Enemalta have advised that there will be scheduled power suspensions in Qala, Gozo, on Saturday, the 12th of March, 2011, between the hours of 8.00am and 4.00pm. The following areas will be affected by these scheduled power suspensions: Triq Attard Salvu, Triq Buttigieg Anton, Triq Hondoq Ir-Rummien, Triq Ta’ Kassja, Triq In-Nigret, Triq Il-Ven Adeodata [...]
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Visible trade gap narrowed by €31.6 million in January 2011

Provisional data for international trade shows that the visible trade gap in January stood at €24.8 million, down by €31.6 million when compared to the corresponding month last year. There were increases in imports and exports of €63.9 million and €95.5 million respectively. The increase in imports was mainly due to capital goods and industrial [...]
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