End of the road for Cyprus

President Erdogan’s visit to the occupied north on Tuesday’s invasion anniversary will be like no other before it. For the first time in a while, he will have a full deck of

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Invest in sprucing up older properties

Homes that are 20-40 years old might need improvements to meet today’s living standards, especially those built to the owner’s specifications and likes. This is particularly important if you plan to sell

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No price tag on fire response

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said it bluntly: “Implementation, implementation, implementation.” That is what Cyprus must do immediately to alleviate the pain of the 80 or so households, farms and

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Living in a Cyprus kleptocracy

By Panicos Demetriades Soon after the report on the ‘citizenship by investment’ scheme, fellow economist George Koumoullis convincingly made the case that Cyprus is a kleptocracy – a system of government in

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Economics needs a climate revolution

By Tom Brookes & Gernot Wagner  Nowhere are the limitations of neoclassical economic thinking – the DNA of economics as it is currently taught and practiced – more apparent than in the

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‘No vaccine, no entry’

With the spread of coronavirus getting out of hand, the government and business community conflict with health experts, who want harsher measures re-introduced before the situation becomes a thunderstorm. The administration, under

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Football’s coming home…hopefully

Historically, at this stage of a tournament, England football fans are usually drowning their sorrows in what might have been, as the Three Lions disappoint again. But manager Gareth Southgate has created

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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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