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22 February, 2020


Displaying results 61-90 of 201 matches for query Tourism.

61. Cyprus aims to maintain the same number of tourists as in 2018

62. You know why

'You know why' was the nuanced slogan of DIKO party MP candidate Fytos Constantinou who was running his election campaign in 2011. The catchphrase was simple and smart according to communication experts, sending a message to all those who benefited from his presence in the Defence House committee...

63. Greek shipowners agree to pay 75 million annually to state

64. Interview with Egyptian Ambassador Mai Taha Mohamed Khalil

65. Israel: East Med pipeline “could be one of the greatest underwater projects in the world”

66. Our View: Auditor’s actions lack moral compass

67. Germania airline files for bankruptcy, halts flights

68. Independent MPs to support SYRIZA’s parliamentary group

Six Greek independent lawmakers who backed the government in a confidence vote on January 16 told Parliament President Nikos Voutsis they will approve any future legislation submitted by ruling SYRIZA, thus ensuring its majority in Parliament....

69. Cyprus and Portugal agree to strengthen ties

70. Prespes: The rally, the raw numbers, and the day after

71. Tsipras wins confidence vote paving the way for Prespes deal

72. Cyprus needs to diversify, Tourism Minister says

73. New Cyprus Tourism Minister sworn in

74. Savvas Perdios appointed as first Deputy Minister for Tourism

75. Paphos among cheapest getaways for Brits

Paphos has found itself among the cheapest destinations, ranked eighth in a total of 42 places in this year’s Post Office Worldwide Holiday Costs Barometer...

76. Berengaria goes on ‘best offer’ auction‘best-offer-auction

The lienholders of the abandoned Berengaria have chosen to call for best offers on the legendary hotel, following a failed attempt to seal the deal in a recent auction where the minimum asking price of just over €2 million...

77. Greece, Cyprus and Israel to discuss regional issues, energy, cyber security

78. Summit at Beer Sheva to discuss Cyprus issue, energy and regional developments

79. We welcome cooperation with like-minded countries Israeli Ambassador says

80. Minister speaks out on halloumi case

The government says the halloumi market is big enough for everyone, signaling that Cypriot authorities could rethink the protected designation of origin following an embarrassing ruling in the UK...

81. Finance Minister: Promoting reforms must be a national goal

82. Revenue from tourism increases 2.1%

83. DBRS upgrades Cyprus to investment grade

84. President Anastasiades presents his vision for a new model for the economy

85. Tourist arrivals at an all time high

86. Hellenic Bank’s Economic Review

87. Greece in the new East Med regional security scheme

88. US Assistant Secretary of State for Energy visits Cyprus

89. Fund Management a 'new beginning' for Cyprus

90. Economic growth in Cyprus remains strong