Economy withstands Ukraine war, energy crisis

Consequences of geopolitical events to the economy and banking sector have been contained, but the second-round effects are unknown, said Cyprus Central Bank governor Constantinos Herodotou. He argued that uncertainty in an

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Cyprus declares war on cars

Transport authorities are declaring war on the car in a bid to solve the traffic gridlock in the capital Nicosia and reduce pollution levels by persuading people to use buses. In comments

Shock and awe of energy war

Ukraine’s decision on 11 May to stop some Russian gas flows to Europe has sent shivers down the markets. This happened at an entry point on Ukraine’s eastern border called Sokhranovka, which

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Headquartering to mend Ukraine war wounds

Cyprus’ services sector is betting on tax incentives to attract talent and promote headquartering to counter the impacts of the war in Ukraine and sanctions on Russian funds and companies. Soon after

Aftershocks of the Ukraine war

The end of the Cold War, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, left a situation based on promises but nothing in writing. East Germany was incorporated into the Federal Republic of

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Europeans endorse tough stance on Ukraine war

There is a large consensus among Europeans in favour of the EU’s swift united response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, according to a Flash Eurobarometer survey. The majority of Europeans think that

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