Cyprus’ economic sentiment in July dipped 4.7 points from June, reflecting worsening consumer confidence and weaker business activity in services. Uncertainty among firms in all sectors and consumers painted a gloomier outlook.
Cyprus ministers rolled up their sleeves for the troubled AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in a bid by the government to restore public confidence in the jab. Ministers not previously vaccinated against coronavirus took
While business sentiment in Cyprus improved during August, increasing by 1.9 points from July, consumer confidence weakened considerably, according to the University of Cyprus Economic Sentiment Indicator. The indicator reached 81.6 points