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U-turn on crocodile park

The decision by Achna council to withdraw its support for the crocodile park has been greeted with great relief by the local residents who had opposed the park according to reports.

Help needed to revalue 2 million properties

Approximately two million properties in Cyprus are to be revalued and the Department of Lands and Surveys will soon invite tenders from property appraisers to help with the task.

Reduce non-performing loans by 40% in 2018

The Finance Ministry’s ‘Stability Programme 2018 – 2021’ outlines a three-pronged strategy to address the high levels of non-performing loans (NPLs) in the banking sector that pose a risk to the economy.

Citizenship scheme shrouded in secrecy

Transparency in the ‘Citizenship by Investment Scheme’ aka ‘Golden Visa Program’ aka ‘Passports for Cash Scheme’ will remove the veil of secrecy and silence those accusing Cyprus of trading in naturalisations.

Property for passports?

Speaking to Euronews Cypriot lawyer Dimitris Dimitriades defends the controversial Cyprus Citizenship Scheme, which has brought more than €4 billion into the Cypriot economy.

Cyprus denies ‘selling’ EU citizenship to rich

Cyprus Finance minister Harris Georgiades has said that reports in the Guardian newspaper concerning the granting of EU citizenship to billionaire Russians and Ukrainians are exaggerated.

Paphos Land Registry abuse of power

Officials at the Paphos Land Registry have been accused of breach of power by a local businessman who claims that certain officials have been deliberately dragging their feet over the survey of a plot of land.

Bank of Cyprus fined €170,000

The Bank of Cyprus has been hit with a €170,000 administrative fine by the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (CCPS) following its investigation into the bank’s commercial practices relating to mortgage loans.

Pissouri homeowners still in limbo

Property owners in the Limnes (lakes) area of Pissouri are still in limbo despite the previous Cyprus Interior Minister promise to pay for the mess, which at that time was estimated at up to €20 million.

Limassol becoming a sky-rise bubble?

Referring to Limassol as “the bubble of towers” Politis suggested that the uncontrolled vertical development is causing headaches to town planners, warning that the town could pay the price of uncontrolled development.

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