Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades, with his country recovering from an economic crisis, said he wants to develop its shipping sector further.
Cyprus exited its bailout reform program with international lenders 10 weeks early through massive cuts in public spending and hard austerity.
Despite not having completed a single major reform demanded by creditors Cyprus will be allowed to exit its bailout program, the EU said.
NICOSIA— With Cyprus poised to conclude a three-year rescue program this month, a top European Commission official on Thursday praised the country’s commitment […]
A top European Commission official on March 3 praised the country’s commitment to pushing through key reforms and austerity measures.
The Cyprus Statistical Service has reported that revenue from tourism rose 26% in November 2015. The increase from January – November 2015 was 4%. CNA […]
NICOSIA — Cyprus‘ finance minister says the east Mediterranean island nation is on track to conclude its multibillion euro rescue program on time this March, […]
NICOSIA — The EU’s energy chief says Europe could import gas from newly found deposits in the eastern Mediterranean, including Cyprus, as the continent seeks […]
Cyprus MP’s have approved a budget for 2016 whenit expects to wrap up a rescue program that saved it from a giant financial meltdown.
NICOSIA – The Cabinet of the the Republic of Cyprus issued a welcome policy statement aimed at “Cultivating a business culture, improving the business environment, […]