Cypriot receives IMO Gender Equality Award

Cypriot Despina Theodosiou has received the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) first Gender Equality Award. According to the Deputy Ministry of Shipping, the decision was taken during the 130th Session of the IMO Council

S&P: Cost-cuts key for Cypriot banks

Cypriot bank’s ability to reduce operating costs while investing in digital transformation will be key to offsetting inflationary pressure and still-high credit provisions, rating agency Standard and Poor’s said. In a country-by-country

Six months jail for Cypriot possessing knife

A 24-year-old Greek Cypriot man was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment by the British Base Area Court in Episkopi after being arrested in Trachoni for knife possession on October 25. UK Bases

EIB appoints first Cypriot VP

The European Investment Bank (EIB) appointed a Vice President from Cyprus to its Management Committee for the first time. According to a statement, economist Kyriakos Kakouris succeeds Lilyana Pavlova, who served as EIB

Cypriot MPs pledge support for Armenia

During a very difficult time for Armenia, a delegation from the House of Representatives is visiting Yerevan to express the support and solidarity of Cyprus, officials said. “Cyprus has a similar history.


DBRS upgrades Cypriot economy

DBRS Ratings upgraded the long-term ratings of Cyprus to BBB (high), from BBB, with a stable outlook, giving a rating one level higher (third level) than the remaining three major credit rating agencies,

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