Shooting the UN sheriff

President Nicos Anastasiades had his last day in the sun at the UN General Assembly, where he asked a disingenuous valid question about whether the United Nations was fit for mandate. Taking


Troika returns with long to-do list

International creditors will arrive in Cyprus on Monday in a routine post-memorandum check, ensuring the government’s fiscal strategy is not derailed by COVID and the effects of the war in Ukraine. The


Gossiping while swimming

Due to the summer and the relaxed spirit that prevails,  I want to report what “caught my ear” during my daily swimming while on holiday in the Pernera-Protaras area. The nearby swimming


Reduced tax on fuel extended

The government has extended reduced excise duties on fuel until 15 January 2023 in a bid to alleviate the effects of soaring inflation driven by the war in Ukraine. Finance Minister Constantinos


Cyprus joins EU strong innovators

Cyprus’ technology performance continues to improve after being promoted to the group of “strong innovators” on the 2022 European Innovation Scoreboard, prepared by the EU Commission. With a performance of 106.9% of


Thousands of foreign firms eye Cyprus

Cyprus’ drive to attract foreign businesses has brought impressive results, with nearly 8,000 applications received in the past two years, said Interior Minister Nicos Nouris. The Minister at VIII Best Legal Conference

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