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Steve McCarthy, chairman of the General Workers’ Union company Union Press, acted as JPM Brothers’ representative for the promise of sale agreement through which the company bought the Jerma Palace Hotel from Libyan-owned Lafico, in a deal which was lambasted by the same GWU.

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Between the euro and an election
A smooth transition to the euro will give credibility to the government on the eve of the election. So will the opening of the new hospital. As the man who spearheaded both processes, parliamentary secretary Tonio Fenech is proud of his accomplishments, but warns that an election in November could jeopardise the government’s two main objectives. by James Debono

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