Much warmer than anywhere else in Europe, autumnin Cyprus is ideal for excursions and outdoor ventures, especially in the mountainous area of Troodos.
It is time (and has been for a long while now) to consider the creation of joint venture companies for real estate investments in Cyprus.
Cyprus to introduce a "Green Tax Reform" by 2021 that increases taxation on energy-consuming products while providing tax relief on social contributions paid by employees and employers.
On the occasion of the “Maritime Cyprus 2019” Conference, which will take place on 6 – 9 October 2019, a press conference was held on Friday, 27th September 2019, at 10:00 p.m., at the Presidential Palace.
Rating agency Moody’s changed the outlook for the Cypriot economy to positive from stable, citing the reduction of the sovereign exposure to event risks stemming from the banking sector and the improving fiscal strength beating previous expectations.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister says his country is keen to explore ways of strengthening relations with Cyprus given the European Union member country's geographic location and long-standing ties with the Arab world.
Brexit uncertainty has prompted a surge in international students heading to Cyprus, where their numbers have grown by more than 10,000 since 2016. With more than 27,000 non-Cypriot students in the country, there are now more international students than local ones.
Interest from Middle Eastern applicants has increased as newly wealthy communities are attracted to the island’s luxury lifestyle offerings and growing economy
Space technology is a unique way to promote blue growth in Cyprus said Transport Minister Vasiliki Anastassiadou addressing the International Space Forum in Italy.
Cyprus posted a fiscal surplus for the seventh consecutive month in July, with the total standing at 695.8 million euros (766.11 million U.S. dollars), or 3.2 percent of GDP, in the first seven months of this year, according to a report by the statistical service Cystat published on Saturday.
Anyone who has been to Cyprus as a tourist, on holiday or for work will know that despite its much publicized Greek and Turkish divisional and recent economic issues, it remains a beautiful island full of positive, happy people. Right now thanks to its economic upturn, is a great place to invest for the future.
Cyprus is experiencing an influx of investments, despite the country introducing stricter requirements for its so-called golden passport program, under which rich investors can acquire citizenship in exchange for investments, Cypriot Finance Minister Harris Georgiades told Sputnik on Thursday
President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades expressed his full commitment to facilitating business and investment collaborations between his country and the U.S. at the Capital Link Invest in Cyprus Forum that took place in New York on Friday.
Global residency and citizenship, are an increasingly important aspect of the private and professional life of this new trend of global citizens.
“We note that a number of British nationals (including those of Cypriot origin) are applying for a Cypriot passport in order to bypass the restrictions that the British might have regarding (in our opinion) the acquisition of real estate, the Cyprus capital gains tax situation, the inheritance tax and other income taxes”.
Paphos is in the lead as the most popular district for overseas buyers from Europe and Non-Europeans by 39% in comparison to Limassol which follows with 30%. Larnaca is 3rd with 15,5% and lastly Famagusta with 10% and Nicosia with just 5.5%.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nicos Christodoulides, departs for Barcelona to take part at the 3rd Regional Forum of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) on Monday.
The energy minister announced on Monday Cyprus will be seeking bidders for a €300m project to facilitate natural gas imports and will also invite energy companies to express interest in another offshore field inside the island’s exclusive economic zone.