Turkish Cypriots take on Erdogan  

Pro-solution opposition parties in northern Cyprus plan to boycott the Turkish president’s address to the Turkish Cypriot assembly scheduled for the 47th anniversary of the Turkish invasion that left Cyprus divided with

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CySEC search for new boss

Demetra Kalogerou, the current chairperson of CySEC, is due to leave her post in September after ten years in office. Within months after taking over at the helm of the country’s top

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Punish golden passports crime

Last October, the international broadcaster Al Jazeera released a damning investigative report on how a convicted criminal can obtain a European passport in Cyprus for the right price. The report sent shockwaves

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The post-pandemic economy

The Cypriot economy is no stranger to economic downturns. Less than a decade ago, it faced an almost existential threat. Two of its biggest banks went down. Money became so scarce it

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There are no free lunches

  By Michael Olympios Economics is famous for the concept of opportunity cost – an idea that holds that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Almost every policy decision must

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Learning to swim in cash

The latest liquidity statistics released by the Single Supervisory Mechanism revealed that Cypriot banks are swimming in cash. They have more cash than they know what to do with, according to the

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