US-listed Safe Bulkers, Inc. has launched a scholarship programme worth €100,000 for student cadets at the Cyprus Maritime Academy/Intercollege. The annual scholarships of €5,000 are geared towards the four-year deck officer course
Former shipping deputy minister, Vassilis Demetriades, launched his candidacy for chairman of the new Limassol district authority organisation (DAO), with the inauguration of his campaign office in the town centre. Cyprus goes
It is often that we are informed through the media or otherwise, of Cyprus developers and sellers not being in a position to have the title deeds issued and thus transfers of
Cyprus has had its own share of the impact from the high interest rate regime dominating the markets, with the two main local banks this week reporting near-record profits for last year.
By Anna Artemi The adoption of the Clean Energy for all Europeans Package (CEP) in 2019 was the cornerstone for the regulation of the Energy Communities in European Union (EU) law. The
A few weeks ago I wrote an article in this newspaper entitled “Deliberative democracy: only way out of the Cyprus problem?” I argued that the historical process design for solving the Cyprus
Hellenic Bank, the island’s second biggest lender aiming to claim the throne after its takeover by Eurobank Cyprus, saw its net interest income nearly double last year, with profits surging 1,500% from
Business leaders from the local and international maritime sectors will be at the 7th Cyprus Shipping Forum in Limassol on Tuesday, where the focus will be the role of Cyprus as a
The Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP), an indicator of inflation and price stability, rose by 2.1% in Cyprus in January this year, compared to January 2023, and decreased by 1.2% month-on-month
Business leaders in Cyprus seem more optimistic about economic growth, compared to a year ago, despite the significant prevailing headwinds and disruption, according to an annual survey by Big Four advisory PwC.