Doing business with Germany

The Cyprus Germany Business Association (CGBA) is hosting an event on “Doing Business with Germany” at the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Nicosia on Thursday. The event will include brief

Cyprus Airways March passengers spike six-fold

Cyprus Airways announced its March passenger results, carrying 25,899 passengers, a 558% increase from the previous year. Compared to March 2019, before the pandemic, the airline carried 19% more passengers (Mar’19: 21,676).

Service industry counts ‘war wounds’

Sanctions imposed by the US and UK on Cypriot alleged ‘fixers’ has the services sector fearing their efforts to clear the island’s name from the golden passports scandal are in vain. Cyprus’

Tax returns submitted through old system

The online tax statement platform Taxisnet will be open to receive individual and corporate income tax statements for the year 2022 in the coming weeks, according to the Tax Department. Although the

Legacy banking not serving SMEs

Ever since the financial crisis of 2011-2012 brought Cyprus banks to their knees, the owners and managers of legacy financial institutions have yet to learn from their mistakes. Cyprus was shut out