Limassol hosts Maritime Cyprus 2022

Limassol will host Maritime Cyprus 2022 from October 9 -12, with the participation of 900 delegates from 35 countries, Shipping Minister Vassilis Demetriades said. He said the 17th Maritime Cyprus conference, and

Cyprus to issue green bonds this year

Cyprus is expected to join the club of countries that issue eco bonds, with the first issuance of “green loans” before the end of the year, Finance Minister Constantinos Petrides said. “The

EU halves Cyprus 2022 GDP growth to 2.3%

Cyprus’ GDP growth will slow considerably as the war in Ukraine pushes inflation to unprecedented heights, according to the European Commission. In its Spring forecasts on Monday, the European Commission revised its


Economy expected to grow 4.1% GDP in 2022

The Cypriot economy is expected to remain robust in 2022 as real GDP is projected to expand by 4.1%, according to the University of Cyprus Economic Outlook According to the university’s Economic

Shipping steers course for brighter 2022

Cyprus shipping confidently steps into the new year, with authorities ready to reap the benefits after two years of a punishing pandemic. In an interview with the Financial Mirror, Deputy Minister of

Maritime Cyprus postponed until 2022

The Shipping Deputy Ministry announced Monday the prestigious biennial Maritime Cyprus conference slated for next month had been rescheduled for 2022 due to the limitations imposed by COVID regulations. Maritime Cyprus, the