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L-ekonomija qed tikber għax hawn l-istabilità

F'dawn l-aħħar sentejn, Malta esperjenzat tkabbir ekonomiku li poġġieha fuq quddiem nett, kemm mal-pajjiżi tal-Unjoni Ewropea u kif ukoll taż-Żona Ewro għaliex il-Gvern qiegħed jieħu d-deċiżjonijiet li hemm bżonn u għaliex f'pajjiżna qed tirrenja l-istabilità politika, fil-banek, fl-attività ekonomika u fl-investiment. Dan qalu l-Ministru għall-Finanzi, il-Prof. Edward Scicluna f'intervista ma' din il-gażżetta. Il-Ministru Scicluna qal li meta Gvern Laburista ġie elett fl-2013, l-ekonomija Maltija kienet qed tmajna. Iżda bl-enerġija ta’ Gvern ... [+]

Sibt il-Punt – ONE Radio – Saturday, 22nd November, 2014

Profs. Edward Scicluna fil-programm SIBT IL-PUNT fuq ONE radio, immexxi minn Manuel Micallef.     Programme will be available soon.   - Saturday, 22nd November, 2014     [+]

NSO controversy a ‘storm in a teacup’

  The Minister for Finance Prof. Edward Scicluna explains to the Times of Malta that the Opposition’s recent attacks regarding the National Statistics Office Director General’s position is a storm in a tea cup. He explained that it is normal procedure for a call for applications to be held when the ... [+]

Paper Scan – 9th November 2014 – ONE

- Sunday, 9th November, 2014 [+]

Holding the country’s purse strings

In eight days’ time, Finance Minister Edward Scicluna will announce the Budget for 2015. Vanessa Macdonald asked him about the impact of the measures in the last Budget The deficit target announced in Budget 2014 was €140 million. According to the National Statistics Office, by September this year it was already ... [+]

Prof. Edward Scicluna on TVAM

Il-Ministru għall-Finanzi Edward Scicluna jitkellem dwar it-tħejjijiet għall-Baġit 2015 waqt TVAM - Wednesday, 22 October, 2014 [+]

Scicluna to publish public sector wage bill

The pre-Budget document would list the increase in the public wage bill following the recruitment of nearly 1,900 new employees since Labour’s electoral victory, Finance Minister Edward Scicluna has said. According to recently released figures, 1,879 workers were employed since the March 2013 election. NSO figures show that, between March 2008 and ... [+]

Għajnejna fuq l-infiq u d-dħul, xahar b’xahar

X’TIP ta’ kontrolli saru fuq l-infiq tal-Gvern? X’inizjattivi ttieħdu biex tiġi kkontrollata n-nefqa? Is-sostenibbiltà fiskali ma tinkisibx f’miżuri jew kontrolli ta’ darba, imma titlob attenzjoni u sorvejlanza rego-lari u kontinwa. Għalhekk, il-Ministeru għall-Finanzi tul l-aħħar sena beda janalizza l-infiq u d-dħul tal-pajjiż fuq bażi ta’ xahar b’xahar. Dan biex jekk ikun ... [+]

Q&A Edward Scicluna – Minister for finance – The Report Company

While Malta’s neighbours are yet to emerge from financial and economic turmoil, this Mediterranean island state is doing remarkably well for itself. According to European Commission figures, its economy is forecast to grow by over 2 percent in 2014, while its debt-to-GDP ratio is seen at 72 percent – both ... [+]

No party at South Street – Interview with Kurt Sansone

With the country’s purse strings tightly in his hands, Finance Minister Edward Scicluna tells Kurt Sansone he will do anything it takes to keep expenditure in check while juggling with unforeseen circumstances. As the economy outstrips the EU average and grows by 3.5 per cent in the first three months, Edward Scicluna feels he has reason ... [+]

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