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  • Air-conditioners launched in Malta

    Air-conditioners launched in Malta

    Architects, engineers, designers, project managers and building industry experts attended the launch of Midsea’s new domestic and commercial air-contitioners at the Westin’s Reef Club. Midea’s regional director Sam Tao flew in from China...

  • Design Sprint event

    Design Sprint, an event being organised by Incredible Web ( http://incredible-web.com.mt ), together with Google Launchpad, will take place on Saturday and next Sunday at Takeoff, University of Malta. The teams should be made up of three to four...

  • The Economist’s Med leadership summit in Malta

    The Economist’s Med leadership summit in Malta

    Maltco CEO Vasileios Kasiotakis addressed delegates attended The Economist’s Mediterranean Leadership Summit in Malta, speaking on what the future holds for technologies in national lotteries. Maltco was a contributing sponsor to the event. Mr...

  • Highest traded fruit is banana

    Tropical fruits, which most of us consider a luxury, grow in faraway countries. The only way to enjoy them is through importation. A favourite imported tropical fruit is the mango, making it a great seasonal summer treat alongside other...

  • No laundry left with new washing machine

    No laundry left with new washing machine

    Samsung has launched AddWash, a washing machine which makes it easy to add laundry in mid-cycle According to research conducted by Samsung, about 90 per cent of consumers in Europe say they want to put more clothes in the washing machine after a...

  • Fortification drawings

    Fortification drawings

    The International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta and Malta Libraries are launching a new publication entitled Lines of Defence – Fortification Drawings of the Baroque Age at the National Library of Malta. This...

  • Disclaimer

    The information published in this page is intended for information purposes only. Any legal claim or action taken in the event of a dispute should be based solely on the legal texts concerned. For more information, call the Office for Consumer...

  • Mcast students in life case project

    Mcast students in life case project

    For the fourth consecutive year, Banif Bank has collaborated with the Mcast Institute for the Creative Arts to provide opportunities and exposure to students following the Higher National Diploma in Fine Art, through a Life Case project. This...

  • Legal obligations of traders

    Legal obligations of traders

    Consumers are increasingly becoming more conscious of their legal rights and are therefore better equipped to deal with traders during sales transactions. Hence, it is in the best interest of traders to be aware of what is legally required from...

  • ITS students train in drink’s ‘perfect serve’

    ITS students train in drink’s ‘perfect serve’

    Around 120 students from the Institute for Tourism Studies received support from GSD Marketing Ltd to train in the perfect serve of a Coca-Cola drink. The training programme was run by ITS lecturer Richard Pons and focused on the benefits of...

  • Furniture ordered not delivered

    Q: Six weeks ago, I ordered some furniture from a local company. The order consisted of a bedroom, four dining chairs and a TV unit. Upon order, I paid in full for all the furniture, as I was required to do by the company. I was promised that what...

  • Group to attend iGaming show

    Group to attend iGaming show

    CSB Group will be representing Malta at the iGaming Super Show 2016 taking place in Amsterdam between June 7 and 10. Roger Strickland Jr will be representing the group and Malta’s iGaming eco-system at the show. The iGaming Super Show is one of...

  • Weekly consumer advice

    • Traders must deliver goods that conform with the description and specifications provided in the contract of sale. • Goods sold should be fit for the purpose the consumer requires them and also fit for all their normal purposes. • Retailers and...

  • SFC reports increase in profits

    The Malta Stock Exchange index partially shaved off the previous week’s gains, having declined by 0.11 per cent, to close at 4,563.341 points. Turnover amounted to €1.4 million spread across 20 equities of which nine fell, six gained ground and...

  • Dollar strengthens after economic data, pressuring oil price

    The US dollar surged to a more than two-week high against a basket of currencies following stronger-than-expected US economic data, putting pressure on oil prices, which fell after three days of gains. After cutting losses following the economic...

  • Eurozone growth estimate revised down to 0.5%

    Eurozone growth estimate revised down to 0.5%

    Eurozone gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.5 per cent in the first quarter, data from the European statistics agency Eurostat showed yesterday, in a downward revision from its initial estimate. Eurostat said that GDP growth was 0.5 per cent...

  • China signs tax avoidance pact

    China said it has signed a multi-lateral agreement to share tax information on multinational companies, paving the way for it to join the fight on global tax avoidance. China signed the country-by-country tax reporting agreement, along with...

  • Daily currency report

    Another upside Eurozone data surprise yesterday may help the Euro hold on to its seven per cent year-to-date gain against the pound and current levels around €1.26-€1.27. Data released yesterday showed the German economy expanded by 0.7 per cent...

  • Company briefs

    Company briefs

    Hili Company, the logistics division of Hili Ventures, has entered into a joint venture agreement with international energy logistics company Peterson to provide oil and gas logistics services across the Mediterranean and North Africa. Due to...

  • Third straight day of gains for MSE Index

    Third straight day of gains for MSE Index

    The MSE Share Index closed in the black today for the third consecutive trading session as it reached a five-day high of 4,563.341 points (+0.03 per cent). Trading activity was spread across twelve equities with five registering gains, another six...

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