Cyprus airports optimistic over 2023

Cyprus airports operator Hermes is optimistic about tourism prospects for 2023, confident the island can improve from the previous year. In an interview with news site Stockwatch, Hermes Airports senior manager Maria


House prices unlikely to drop this year

The end of 2021 saw Europe’s and Cyprus’ economies gradually recovering from the two-year rollercoaster ride of lockdowns, the stock market at record highs, and inflation increasing. One year later, the disruptions


Hoteliers nervous about 2023

Tourism stakeholders hope to build on the tourist revival in 2022, although the ongoing COVID pandemic and instability created by the Ukraine war have them on edge for the new season. Hoteliers


Cyprus Equity Fund in early 2023

A nascent, but promising innovation ecosystem, will get another boost as authorities gear up to launch the Cyprus Equity Fund, said the Finance Ministry. In an update to the House Finance Committee,

More mass graves to be found in 2023

Next year it would be possible to locate large burial sites of missing persons after receiving relatively good information on several cases, said Greek Cypriot member of the Committee on Missing Persons

Defining fintech trends for 2023

The financial technology (fintech) sector exploded last year with a record level of investment. This year it has continued to boom, albeit in a different environment. So, what’s next for fintech in


2023 state budget debate begins

A three-day session of parliament to discuss the government’s 2023 state budget begins on Tuesday. The budget is the tenth and last under President Nicos Anastasiades’ administration. The budget provides for total

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