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23 August, 2019


Displaying results 61-90 of 318 matches for query Economy.

61. Greek PM travels to North Macedonia

62. Erdogan pays electoral price for Turkey's tumbling economy

63. Administrative Court: Public sector salary cuts unconstitutional

64. IMF warns of 'increasing headwinds to sustained growth'

65. Cyprus Central Bank has a new Governor

66. Ackermann buys 400,000 shares in Bank of Cyprus

67. UK PM May expected to indicate a date for quitting

68. Westward Bound

69. Fitch Upgrades Hellenic Bank

70. Brexit delayed: British PM May requests three month extension

71. The 'Cyprus fear' in the west

Western diplomats and foreign dignitaries have two main concerns about the direction of future developments on the small Mediterranean island of Cyprus, the Cyprus issue and local politics...

72. The influence of Greek Americans and relations with Turkey

73. How to shield a dead body

According to our 'wise' president, we now have to reflect and ask ourselves about something that has always been at the core of a corrupt system where all government administrations got their hands dirty...

74. Great potential for profit in the digital economy and the startup world

75. 10th Economic Ideas Forum takes on Cyprus economic reforms

76. The highest price to pay

I apologize for writing in first person but when something so self-evident ends up being ignored even by our very own institutions, then allow me to hark back to the three flaws that keep this place miserable...

77. New US Ambassador to Cyprus presents credentials

78. Economic Ideas Forum comes to Nicosia

79. Baker Tilly Annual Restructuring Summit

Baker Tilly Cyprus held its first annual restructuring summit at the Hilton Park Hotel in Nicosia, drawing on the expertise of banking professionals, company directors and restructuring specialists...

80. Finance Minister to stay on until the end of the year

81. You can call it political karma

With the re-election of Nicos Anastasiades, many were puzzled with Harris Georgiades’ decision to insist that he not be reappointed finance minister. Having a clear path ahead of him and a brewing storm miles away, shouldn’t he be entitled to leaving while things were still good?...

82. Finish what you started on reforms, IMF tells Greece

83. Finance Minister speaks to Euronews on Cooperative sale

84. Eurogroup may put off tranche decision to Greece

The chances that the 1-billion-euro tranche will be disbursed to Greece are diminishing, as this Monday’s Eurogroup is not expected to grant its approval, given that the Greek government has not completed all the necessary reforms, according to a eurozone official who spoke to reporters on Thursday....

85. President stands by Finance Minister

86. Cooperative Anathema: Dissolution or sale

87. Arrogance in Greek politics

88. Cyprus - UK ties reaffirmed at Buckingham Palace

89. Project Helix, Differed tax, prop up Bank of Cyprus results

90. Bank of Cyprus CEO John Hourican moves on