The four-country naval and aerial exercise Eunomia wrapped up this week, with its final stage in the sea area east of Limassol with the defence forces of France, Italy, Greece and Cyprus.
The UK government’s humiliating U-turn on the higher tax rate reforms will not be enough to calm turbulent financial markets, the CEO of a leading financial advisory and fintech has warned, as
By Craig Erlam Equity markets have erased early gains to trade in the red on Thursday, as investors take a cautious approach ahead of Friday’s jobs report. The narrative in recent days
According to Eurostat, Cyprus spends far less on research and development than most other European Union countries, as just 0.85% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) or €184.8 mln, went into research
President Nicos Anastasiades said the Ninth Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference in Cyprus is a recognition of actions and initiatives taken by the government to tackle the climate emergency. Upon his arrival at Nicosia’s
By Craig Erlam The week is off to an eventful start with the UK government announcing its first U-turn, speculation mounting ahead of the OPEC+ meeting and Japan warning of another possible
A US-brokered draft deal between Israel and Lebanon over a dispute in demarcating a maritime border between them may help Cyprus to settle its issues with the two neighbouring countries. On Sunday,
Europe’s energy crisis will not just be for this winter. Europe is expected to face similar problems next winter and probably beyond, driven by tight global gas supply and increasing competition for
The uncertainty over future relations between the European Union and Russia has taken its toll on Cyprus shipping, as sanctions have forced some companies to remove the Cypriot flag from their vessels.
Cyprus will request exemption from EU measures on a mandatory 5% reduction of energy demand during peak hours and a cap on the additional profits of companies that produce energy using lower-cost