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  • Our top 10 stories from Cyprus in 2014

    Our top 10 stories from Cyprus in 2014

    Since the start of 2014 Cyprus Property News has attracted more than a million visitors and here is our list of the Top 10 stories that have attracted the most interest from our readers.

  • Three hundred thousand lost sheep

    Three hundred thousand lost sheep

    The Auditor General’s report for 2013 states that more than three hundred thousand owners of property in Cyprus cannot be taxed on their property as the Land Registry has no way of knowing who they are.

  • Aristo Developers lays off workers

    Aristo Developers lays off workers

    The dismissal of fifty workers from Aristo Developers Limited has been blamed mainly on the legal issues involving its boss, Theodoros Aristodemou, and partly on the economic crisis.

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  • Savvas Vergas denies text charges

    Savvas Vergas denies text charges

    Four defendants, including former Paphos mayor Savvas Vergas, denied charges relating to threatening SMS text messages sent to a number of witnesses involved in the Aristo case...
  • Ministers approve insolvency bills

    Ministers approve insolvency bills

    The Council of Ministers has approved two of the five bills relating to the insolvency framework, but they will almost certainly be contested by opposition parties when they are discussed...
  • Capital restrictions eased

    Capital restrictions eased

    The Cypriot authorities have eased the restrictions on capital movement imposed in April 2013 following the bailout crisis; individuals may now transfer up to €10,000 a month out of the country...
  • Will Cyprus get next bailout tranche?

    Will Cyprus get next bailout tranche?

    Although the foreclosures law has yet to be voted by parliament, the Cypriot authorities believe that the troika of international lenders will disburse the next tranche of the bailout on 15 December...

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