Annual general meeting

Last month saw a large turn out of the membership for the Chamber’s AGM, which took place at the Eliott Hotel. The 2011 Annual Report was presented to the membership, which was well received  from th...

Shipping: one of the pillars of the economy

Paul Imossi, Director of Smith Imossi, one of Gibraltar’s staple names in the maritime sector, is clear about what makes a good ship agent. “The thing that makes a good agent, anywhere, is local know...

Complete revision of out-dated Companies Act

Gibraltar continues to sail more comfortably than many other European jurisdictions through the uncertain and stormy seas of the global economy. So far the Rock remains unscathed by the waves which c...

Main street rents – are they sustainable?

In the Chamber’s recently published annual report, it was noted how important the retail sector is for ‘Gibraltar PLC’. The report stated “Main Street is a very visible indicator of how well the loca...

Big brother is watching

    A public network of CCTV cameras is being installed covering key locations around Gibraltar with a view to deterring and detecting crime. The move will be welcomed by members of the Cha...

A tale of two terminals

  As this review is being written, passengers travelling through Gibraltar airport continue to experience the best of times and the worst of times (with apologies to Charles Dickens). Departing ...

Chamber welcomes new Board Director at AGM

The Chamber of Commerce welcomes Mr Mike Nicholls who was elected to the Chamber board at the Chamber’s AGM on Thursday 12th April. At a well-attended meeting the President, Mr Nicholas Russo, who wa...