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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Government losing argument over Astrazeneca

COVID cases going in the wrong direction since lockdown measures were eased leaves the government in a quandary about what happens next. With the education system going back to class, the hospitality

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Cyprus tech policy needs reboot

The inoculation portal crashed for a second time in a week, and the excuse provided by the ministry in charge of innovation is not satisfactory. To point the finger of blame at

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Old Nicosia has a lot going for it

The recent decision to convert the historical school of Phaneromeni into an architecture school of the University of Cyprus has brought a lot of hope for Nicosia’s revitalisation within the walls. Some

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Why Cyprus will cherish sofagate

Cyprus has the thankless task of trying to persuade Europe that Turkey is a regional bullyboy which cannot be trusted no matter how important the country strategically. Nicosia often sounds like the

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Cyprus needs education paradigm shift

By Dr Tassos Anastasiades As a leading European country, Cyprus is ready for innovation in education. Dr Charalambos Vrasidas, Dr Sotiris Themistokleous and the Centre for the Advancement of Research & Development

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