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Ayia Napa marina gets green light

Although contracts were signed two years ago, the Town Planning Department has just been given the go-ahead to issue a licence for the construction of the long-awaited Ayia Napa marina.

Cyprus needs to earn trust of Chinese investors

A conference in Nicosia has heard that Chinese property buyers are slowly returning to Cyprus, but that the country needs to earn their trust if it wants them to make further investments.

Business development stifled by bureaucracy

The 11th edition of the Doing Business 2014 – Understanding Regulations for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises report highlights some of the bureaucratic problems that hamper Cyprus’ ability to attract investment.

Qatar Investment Authority targets Limassol

The head of the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA) has said that the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has shown some interest in investing in property in the Limassol area.

Property highlights all that is wrong

For years, our administration and banks have cleverly created a captive audience, holding householders to ransom by refusing to issue title deeds. Oh yes, there is method in this title deed madness!

Construction sector investment retreats

The reduction of investment in the island’s construction sector continued in September increasing the uncertainty about its outlook as there are no prospects of a recovery in the foreseeable future.

Cyprus moves up three places in Top of the Props chart

The popularity of Cyprus for those seeking out investments in overseas property moved up three places in March according to the latest ‘Top of the Props’ chart published by the TheMoveChannel.com

Significant boost to economy from foreign investment

The economic map of Cyprus may be about to change following a meeting between the government and Canadian giant Triple Five to be held at the Presidential Palace in Nicosia tomorrow.

Paphos seaplane project comes under fire

Plans to build a multi-million Euro tourist project in Paphos including seaplane landing and take-off facilities and a series of recreational developments have come under fire from the Cyprus Antiquities Department.

Investments in Cyprus construction continue to fall

October saw a sharp fall in the number of building permits issued in Cyprus according to figures published earlier today by the Island’s Statistical Service which show a drop of 19 percent compared with October 2010.

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