Tourism to keep head up high in 2024

Junior ministry confident despite challenges ahead Cyprus’ tourism boss, Costas Koumis, is confident that the island will keep its head above war clouds in 2024, with arrivals expected to come close to


No end to price hikes

Concerns rise as consumers grapple with high cost of living The consumers’ association is deeply concerned over the rise in the cost of living, as a deceleration of inflation seems to be


Halloumi wars at crossroads

The island’s traditional cheese PDO status at stake   The future of Cyprus’ flagship export, halloumi, is hanging in the balance as EU courts are set to rule on February 21 on


New units to bring down prices and rents

Developers embrace government incentives for affordable housing Developers in Cyprus have welcomed the Cabinet’s approval of a set of incentives for the construction of affordable housing units, promising a dynamic shift in


Navigating the ESG landscape

2024 has challenges and opportunities for Cypriot businesses   Cyprus businesses are facing a significant task ahead as environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies take centre stage in Europe’s regulatory landscape. According

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