Living in Pandora’s Box

Cyprus in the 1960s was synonymous with ‘Makarios’. Then came the 1974 war and destruction, with the restructure of the tourist industry creating a new brand name in the 1980s, ‘Ayia Napa’.

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New action plan for foreign investments

The government has announced its new action plan for attracting foreign businesses to establish or expand their activities in Cyprus. The announcement came a year after the abolition of the previous investment

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We need to embrace failure

We don’t celebrate failure properly. Someone who has failed is someone who has tried, quite unlike those who sit on the sidelines and criticise. Failure has to do with encouraging and celebrating

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Wrong-way to keep costs down

There is a love-hate relationship between the government and the business community. On the one hand, the government needs business to pay taxes and contribute to national growth to maintain its payroll;

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Financial risks from unregulated cryptos

Digital currencies could trigger a financial meltdown unless governments take swift action to regulate this market, the Guardian quoted a senior Bank of England policymaker as saying. Likening the growth of cryptocurrencies

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Property lifestyle changes

Like many other things, most of our living requirements are changing, and they now seem to have a noticeable circle. A young couple starts with acquiring an apartment with 1-2 bedrooms, then,

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