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1. Cargo imports into Dubai airport to be restricted from Tuesday

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/cargo-imports-into-dubai-airport-to-be-restricted-from-tuesday

Dubai will restrict imports of cargo into its international airport for six days from Tuesday to clear a backlog caused by “extraordinarily high” volumes of inbound shipments....

2. Higher costs on goods are here to stay

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/higher-costs-on-goods-are-here-to-stay

Market analysts do not see an improvement in the cost of goods in the next period and until the first half of 2022....

3. US Ambassador toured Limassol port yesterday

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/us-ambassador-toured-limassol-port-yesterday

US Ambassador to Cyprus Ms. Judith Garber visited Limassol port yesterday to tour the facilities of the Eurogate container terminal....

4. Cyprus records deficit of €800 million in Q2

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/cyprus-records-deficit-of-€800-million-in-q2-due-to-covid-19-impact

Cyprus General Government posted a deficit of €800 million in the period of April – June 2020 compared to a surplus of €140 million in the respective period of last year, according to data released today by the Cyprus Statistical Service (Cystat)....

5. President: Partial lockdown of airports, schools to remain closed until April 10

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/president-partial-lockdown-of-airports-schools-to-remain-closed-until-april-10

President Nicos Anastasiades addressed the nation on Friday night after the week saw cumulative confirmations of coronavirus cases across the divide....

6. Food products imported from China safe for consumers

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/food-products-imported-from-china-safe-for-consumers

Scientific evidence obtained so far from European bodies and the WHO show that food products imported from China do not pose a health risk to EU citizens and by extension Cypriot consumers....

7. European Commission to stamp out illegal pet trade

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/european-commission-to-stamp-out-illegal-pet-trade

The European Commission will boost efforts to stamp out the illegal trade in pets, particularly cats and dogs, in the EU, the Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides said....

8. «Growth momentum moderates» in Cyprus according to Εuropean Commission Autumn Economic Forecast

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/growth-momentum-moderates-in-cyprus-according-to-european-commission-autumn-economic-forecast

"Growth momentum moderates" in Cyprus, according to the headline assessment of the European Commission`s Autumn Economic Forecast for the country, presented today by Commissioner Moscovici in Brussels....

9. Cyprus fiscal surplus at 4.3% of GDP

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/cyprus-fiscal-surplus-at-4-3-of-gdp

Cyprus general government surplus was at 4.3% of GDP in the first eight months of 2019, mainly due to the increase in social contributions and revenue from taxes, according to the preliminary General Government fiscal results for the period of January-August 2019 released Friday by the Statistical Service of Cyprus. ...

10. Oil surges after attack on Saudi oil facilities

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/oil-surges-after-attack-on-saudi-oil-facilities

Oil prices surged on Monday, with Brent crude posting its biggest intra-day percentage gain since the Gulf War in 1991, after an attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities on Saturday shut over 5% of global supply. ...

11. Trump hits China with more tariffs, sharply escalating trade dispute

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/trump-hits-china-with-more-tariffs-sharply-escalating-trade-dispute

U.S. President Donald Trump vowed to impose a 10% tariff on $300 billion of Chinese imports from Sept. 1, sharply escalating a bruising trade war between the world’s largest economies and jolting financial markets. ...

12. Motive behind tanker attacks unclear

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/motive-behind-tanker-attacks-unclear

13. Brexit set for delay after Parliament deadlock

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/brexit-set-for-delay-after-parliament-deadlock

14. Interview with Egyptian Ambassador Mai Taha Mohamed Khalil

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/interview-with-egyptian-ambassador-mai-taha-mohamed-khalil

15. Trump tweets China to cut tax on US cars

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/trump-tweets-china-to-cut-tax-on-us-cars

16. Greece’s state controlled DEPA gas company buys out Shell stake

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/greece-s-state-controlled-depa-gas-company-buys-out-shell-stake

17. Economic growth in Cyprus remains strong

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/economic-growth-in-cyprus-remains-strong

18. Brexit – Deal or No Deal?

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/brexit-–-deal-or-no-deal

It seems that you can’t read the news today without some mention of Brexit. The referendum that took place took place in 2016 it now nearing the deadline and Europe as a whole is at the edge of their seats...

19. Greece to continue importing oil from Iran

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/greece-to-continue-importing-oil-from-iran

Greece will continue to import oil from Iran after it was – along with seven other countries – granted a temporary exemption from the sanctions Washington re-imposed on the Islamic republic on Monday....

20. Exxon Mobil is placing big bets on China’s soaring liquefied natural gas demand

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/exxon-mobil-is-placing-big-bets-on-china-s-soaring-liquefied-natural-gas-demand

21. UK food prices likely to rise without a Brexit deal

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/uk-food-prices-likely-to-rise-without-a-brexit-deal

Food prices are likely to rise after Brexit if no trade agreement with the EU is reached and there could be shortages of some products...

22. Bank of England keeps powder dry on rate rise

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/bank-of-england-keeps-powder-dry-on-rate-rise

The Bank of England held interest rates and said weak growth during a snowy start to 2018 was likely to be only temporary, but it wanted to see a pick-up in the economy in the next few months before raising borrowing costs...

23. Cyprus-Egypt gas pipeline could cost $1 billion

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/cyprus-egypt-gas-pipeline-could-cost-$1-billion

A pipeline connecting Cyprus’ Aphrodite gas field to Egypt’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities will cost between $800 million and $1 billion, Egyptian petroleum minister Tarek El Molla said on Monday...

24. Trump and Macron seek stronger measures on Iran

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/trump-and-macron-seek-stronger-measures-on-iran-as-deadline-looms

With a May 12 deadline looming for Trump to decide on restoring US economic sanctions on Tehran, Macron said he spoke to Trump about a “new deal”...

25. China retaliates for US tariffs, slaps duties on soybeans, planes, autos

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/china-retaliates-for-us-tariffs-slaps-duties-on-soybeans-planes-autos

The scale of China’s tariff targets was in line with Beijing’s pledge to mount a commensurate response...

26. China hammers US goods with tariffs

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/china-hammers-us-goods-with-tariffs

Eight other products, including pork and scrap aluminium, will now be subject to additional tariffs of 25 percent...

27. China urges US away from 'brink' of trade war

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/china-urges-us-away-from-brink-of-trade-war

China showed readiness to retaliate by declaring plans to levy additional duties on up to $3 billion of US imports...

28. Cyprus records €0.4 billion negative trade balance

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/cyprus-records-€0-4-billion-negative-trade-balance

According to the first estimate for the euro area exports of goods to the rest of the world in January was €178.6 billion...

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