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Among the assets given by the PN administration under very suspicious deals were Mid-Med Bank, the Enemalta Petroleum Division, Maltacom and the shipyards, as well as land in Kalkara given for the SmartCity "scam", Manoel Island and Tigne Point, Portomaso, and Fort Chambray. Meanwhile, the ...

Public companies such as Sea Malta and Maltacom were privatised and some closed down. Energy prices for households and businesses increased through the imposition of a surcharge to cover rising oil prices. The measures hurt people and yet they also helped the country weather the worst impacts of ...
Few investors may recall that GO plc (previously Maltacom) held a 20 per cent stake in Vodafone Malta but was then obliged to sell this shareholding once Maltacom applied for a mobile telephony licence. On September 1, 2003, the 20 per cent stake was sold for €30 million thereby valuing Vodafone at ...
An overwhelming majority of the 8,000 individual private shareholders in GO plc have turned down an offer from Tunisia's major telecoms company to buy their shares. According to an official company announcement, issued by GO's company secretary Francis Galea Salomone, by the end of the ...
The government had also offered to forgive some €1 million in debt that the Foundation had loaned from it in 1998 so as to have the capital to purchase shares in the company, that was back then called Maltacom. Earlier this year, GO selected Tunisie Telecom – Tunisia's telecommunications operators – as ...
Tunisie Telecom beat Bahrain's Batelco in the race to become preferred bidder. Go shortlisted both companies earlier in May to buy up the company. Batelco told the Bahrain bourse on Tuesday that it is no longer in talks about acquiring Go. Go, formerly Maltacom, provides fixed, mobile, digital TV and ...
A former commercial director of Maltacom, Richard Attard, 61, has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail and fined €5,000 after being convicted of being in aggravated possession of ecstasy and cocaine. Police Constable Trevor Cassar Mallia told the court that following the granting of a search ...
The First Hall of the Civil Court, presided over by Madame Justice Lorraine Schembri Orland, on May 30, 2013, in the case “Rose Zammit vs Maltacom plc and Enemalta Corporation” held both Enemalta and Maltacom responsible for damage caused by wires and cables that were fixed against a private ...


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