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Cyprus: A Strategic Global Business Center PDF Print E-mail

Cyprus: A Strategic Global Business Center and Ideal Intermediate Investment Jurisdiction

Key Legal and Business Considerations

Thursday, September 24, 2009

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Harvard Club of New York City


Dr. Christodoulos G. Pelaghias, Attorney-at-Law,

Law Offices of Christodoulos G. Pelaghias 



56th Fancy Food & Confection Show by Cypriot Exhibitors PDF Print E-mail

Cyprus participates in the 56th International Fancy Food Show in New York City, displaying their Unique Cheeses, Food Products and Wines

International Fancy Food Show
Jacob Javits Convention Center New York
June 27-29, 2010

Booth # 4662-4678,4663-4679 and 4763-4779

A selection of Cyprus Food Products and Wines will be presented and showcased this year at the 56th Fancy Food & Confection Show by Cypriot Exhibitors.

Investing in Bulgaria via Cyprus PDF Print E-mail

Panel Presentation on investing in Bulgaria Via Cyprus

Held on April 10th 2008 at the New York Harvard Club

On Thursday April 10 The Cyprus Trade Center hosted the event “Investing Through Cyprus – A panel presentation on investing in Bulgaria Via Cyprus”.

Pledge to Utilize all Available EU Funds PDF Print E-mail
The Government’s Planning Bureau insisted on 14 February that all EU funds available to Cyprus for 2004-06 would be utilized within the specified deadlines. Its statement followed the publication of a European Commission (EC) report showing that Cyprus’ absorption of its 2004-06 EU funding stood at 62 per cent, the lowest proportion among the 10 countries which joined the EU in May 2004.
Foreign Trade Statistics PDF Print E-mail

Cyprus foreign trade - commerce-products The Statistical Service of Cyprus announces that it has published the monthly report “Intra-Extra E.U Trade Statistics (Summarised Data)” for March 2013.

No to Direct Trade with Occupied Area PDF Print E-mail
Government Spokesman Vasilis Palmas stressed on 6 February that “direct trade” between the Turkish-occupied area of Cyprus and the EU remained “out of the question”. Commercial exchanges with the occupied north, he said, should continue to be governed by the EU’s Green Line trade regulation of April 2004.

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