Cyprus lagging in research spending

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

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Cyprus initiative behind climate summit

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

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Tourism recovery across Europe

The EU tourism industry has rebounded from the COVID-19 pandemic strongly, with data for 2022 approaching 2019 levels, according to Eurostat. The total number of nights spent in tourist accommodation in the

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Cyprus wary of harsher Russia sanctions

Cyprus is expected to join Hungary and Malta in opposing tougher European Union sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, reported the Financial Times. The bloc has already issued seven sanction

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Cyprus joins EU strong innovators

Cyprus’ technology performance continues to improve after being promoted to the group of “strong innovators” on the 2022 European Innovation Scoreboard, prepared by the EU Commission. With a performance of 106.9% of

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