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Cyprus: country overview
Cyprus is the largest island in the eastern Mediterranean as well as being the third smallest country in the EU, after Malta and Luxembourg. Cyprus joined the ...
Access to finance
A guide on the financial support available to businesses in Cyprus.
Starting a business in Cyprus
An overview of the process of starting a new business in Cyprus and the documents required.
This year’s edition of Cyprus Tax Facts 2013 is completely revised and updated, including the latest legislative amendments enacted by Parliament in December ...
This website provides information and contacts of the European Commission representation in Cyprus.
Whether you are looking for new markets or just wish to keep up-dated, the annual Cyprus Business Guide is your affordable, comprehensive reference tool.
Cyprus country profile
Cyprus is the largest island in the eastern Mediterranean, and is situated south of Turkey. Cyprus joined the European Union on 1 May 2004.
2006 edition of Ernst & Young's full text publication "provides the busy executive a quick overview of the investment climate, taxation, forms of business ...
Cyprus Investment Climate 2009
Cyprus, a full member of the European Union since 1 May, 2004, has a liberal climate for investments. The sectors of niche tourism, energy, shipping, ...
Cyprus and the EU
Latest business news about Cyprus and the European Union.
Charilaos Chrysanthou
Advocate and legal consultant in Cyprus. Banking Law, Insurance Law, Business and Commercial Law, Civil Litigation, Corporate Law, Family Law, Immovable ...
Doing business in Cyprus: Sustainability
This guide summarizes sustainability standards in Cyprus.
Doing business in Cyprus: Staff welfare
According to Cypriot legislation, banning all forms of discrimination with regard to employment and gender equality in terms of employees' rights and ...
Doing business in Cyprus: Environmental rules
Since joining the European Union, the foundation of the environmental policies of Cyprus has been reviewed and the state now promotes sustainable development ...
The EU's role in the Cyprus Settlement Process
The EU's delegation arrived in Geneva on 12 January for the Cyprus settlement Conference. A comprehensive settlement is seen as being beneficial for Cyprus and ...
Cyprus and the euro
Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004 and adopted the euro on 1 January 2008.
EES 2011 Cyprus National Report
The Eurochambres Economic Survey 2011 report on Cyprus gives an overview of the Cypriot economy in 2010 and provides a detailed analysis of the economic ...
Aarhus and Pafos are 2017 European Capitals of Culture
The Danish and Cypriot cities of Aarhus and Pafos will hold the title of European Capital of Culture - one of the most popular EU projects for the year 2017.
On 16 May 2007, the European Commission concluded that Cyprus has achieved a high degree of sustainable economic convergence with the other Member States and ...
Cyprus: Country economic forecast - April 2012
Marketresearch presents a report on Cyprus's economic condition. Banking sector problems, weak tourism from the EU and the need for sharp public sector ...
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