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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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A year on from the first lockdown

By Michael Olympios It’s been a year since the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the novel Covid-19 a ‘pandemic’ and a year since the government of Cyprus enforced the first lockdown. It was

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Electric arc across the eastern Med

By Costis Stambolis As work is in progress on the electric tie up between mainland Greece and the island of Crete, following completion in January of the first leg of the project with

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Cyprus’s one-way road to natural gas 

By Costis Stambolis As Cyprus has embarked on the road to introducing natural gas to its energy system, following the signing of agreements by DEFA – Cyprus’s gas company – with contractors and suppliers

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Public anger at Teflon politicians

While Cyprus seems to be fighting a losing battle against the spread of COVID-19, there is a new craze in town called corruption crusader. Everyone wants to eliminate the “untouchables” from public

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