The Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority has been notified of a number of products which pose a serious risk to consumers. The below details refer: Should your company retail, import or distribute the product in question, you are requested to notify GRTU without delays, so necessary action is taken as soon as possible. If you are aware of any person or company who is retailing, importing or distributing this product, kindly notify the undersigned so as to contact such person or company.
Misleading company directories: SMEs welcome EC action - The European Commission issued a communication on misleading marketing practices. After years of insistence by UEAPME and its members, the organisation welcomed the initiative taken by the EC. The text suggests a series of measures against misleading company directories, i.e. fraud cases where small companies are invited by a business directory to update their contact details under the false impression that they will be listed free of charge, only to discover later that they have unintentionally signed up to a paid contract.
Il-Ministru għar-Riżorsi u l-Affarijiet Rurali George Pullicino ħabbar id-dettalji ta' skema li qed tinċentiva lis-sidien tal-karozzi biex il-karozzi jinqalbu biex jaħdmu wkoll bl-autogas. Karozzi li jaħdmu b' autogas iniġġżu anqas u diġà insibu f'pajjiżna numru ta' vetturi li nqallbu biex qed jaħdmu bl-autogas.
The Council has adopted a decision closing the excessive deficit procedures for Malta, confirming that it has reduced its deficit below 3% of GDP, the EU's reference value for government deficits. The decision abrogates the decision that the Council took in July 2009 on the existence of an excessive deficit in Malta after its general government deficit reached 4.7% of GDP in 2008.
The charging time for controlled access into Valletta in December shall be from 8am to 4.30pm Mondays to Fridays. On Saturdays charging times will remain from 8am till 1pm while on Sundays and public holidays access into Valletta will remain free.