Tag: debt

Swiss could pay off COVID debt pile over 15 years –...

If all goes "very, very, very well", the extra debt the state is taking on to help fund short-hour work schemes and aid to businesses could hit 20 billion Swiss francs ($21.15 billion), he told broadcaster SRF in the interview aired on Saturday.

“Financial woes not allowing the party to move forward” – Puli

Partit Nazzjonalista's financial situation is keeping the party from moving forward, former Nationalist Secretary General Clyde Puli said during a TV interview on the programme Sorsi Infurmati which is aired on the Nationalist media.

In his old parish, Argentines hope Pope Francis can help solve...

Argentina's new Economy Minister Martin Guzman will meet with International Monetary Fund chief Kristalina Georgieva on the sidelines of a Vatican event on Wednesday, a key meeting with the country racing to restructure $100 billion in debt.

Average family income estimated at €25,417 – CBM

The median gross income of Maltese households in 2016 was estimated at €25,417, an increase of 23.6% since 2010, which was largely...

Over €21,000 deficit on Consolidated Fund in Q2 2019

The Consolidated Fund indicates a deficit of over €21,000 (€21,951) in the second quarter of 2019, new figures show.This...

Slow down in economic growth predicted

The rate of economic growth seems to be slowing down as Minister for Finance tables figures which indicate debt stability .

Merkel’s conservatives vow to stick to policy of no new debt

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's centre-right party has vowed to stick to its 'black zero' budget policy of no new debt, despite growing...

Decrease of over €17 million in Government debt in 2018 –...

Statistics from the National Statistics Office (NSO) have revealed that there was a decrease of €17.8 million in General Government debt last year. This...

Malta’s debt has increased by €1.6 billion – PD

The Partit Demokratiku said that Malta's debt has increased by €1.6 billion from 2013 to 2018, bringing the total debt at €6.6 billion this...