Cyprus fixes airport taxi rates

In a bid to bolster its image and stop tourists from being ripped off, Cyprus on Friday introduced fixed rates for taxis taking passengers to and from the airport. The Transport Ministry

Cyprus can be ‘climate neutral’ by 2050

Cyprus is on target with its 2030 energy consumption targets and could meet the EU’s ambitious ‘climate neutral’ objective by 2050 if the island ends its energy isolation through gas pipelines and

Cyprus president under spotlight after editor quits

President Nicos Anastasiades believes there are “orchestrated attempts to tarnish” him after the chief editor of a leading newspaper said he was forced to resign after claiming the Cypriot leader’s family law

COVID19: Lockdown II will test Cyprus banks

Although the government has announced financial support to buffer the effects of a second lockdown, there is a larger credit-negative economic effect for Cyprus banks as the pandemic endures. The lockdown measures


Cyprus seeks dialogue on minimum wage

The Cabinet decided on Wednesday to start a social dialogue for introducing a national minimum wage in Cyprus when unemployment drops to around 5%. Deputy Government Spokesman Panayiotis Sentonas said the Cabinet

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