Online auctions of properties once-owned by banks through debt-to-asset swaps are taking off in Cyprus as property management firms see their digital sales grow during the pandemic. A private online platform, BidX1,
Although online shopping continues to grow across Europe, especially due to COVID-19 restrictions, Cyprus (52%) lies in the bottom four of EU countries for internet purchases. With high street shopping affected by
Cyprus’ General Health Scheme (GHS) was enriched on Tuesday as more providers went on stream, including preventive dental care, out-patient treatment for mental health, physiotherapists, speech therapists, clinical psychologists, and clinical dieticians.
The fifth online Cyprus property auction conducted by BidX1 raised €3.3 mln worth of sales, for a total of €33.27 mln so far. The company said 100 bidders took part in the
Coronavirus has taken its toll on Cypriot betting habits as gaming companies saw their earnings slashed by half in the second quarter compared to the same period last year. While sports betting
Visitors who do not complete a mandatory online form, related to coronavirus, for entry into Cyprus will be slapped with a €300-fine or be sent back home. The Transport Ministry warned Monday