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Constructive work on title deeds issue

David Lidington the UK Minister for Europe has completed a two-day working visit to Cyprus during which was received by President Anastasiades and met with Ioannis Kasoulides, the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

The sniffing has started

Despite pay cuts, rising unemployment, haircuts on bank deposits, the closure of the island’s second largest bank, etc. there have been no demonstrations, strikes or union protests; Cyprus is a funny little place.

Living in denial doesn’t mean forgetting to live

Cypriots are still going round drinking coffee, having dinner with friends, and booking holidays, having a hard time appreciating what has happened – and what will happen in the months ahead.

Just more empty talk about title deeds

In a speech made by the Cyprus Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr Ioannis Kasoulides at the House of Commons in London, he spoke briefly about the problem of the timely issuance of Title Deeds.

Cyprus bailout terms call for title deed delay reduction

Will a reduction in the backlog of Title Deeds to less than 2,000 of cases pending for more than one year, as required by Cyprus’ bailout terms, resolve the Title Deed problem once and for all?

Problems will continue after property tax shakeup

Significant changes to the way Immovable Property Tax is to be calculated are contained in the island’s bailout conditions bringing to an end the use of 1980 values but leaving some problems unsolved.

Families ordered to leave unsafe homes

Families living on the stricken development at Armou, whose homes are continuing to slip down the hillside, have been advised that their properties are unfit for habitation and have been instructed to leave.

With our pants down

Turbulence brings change and with that change come opportunities to improve the Cyprus banking system and the Island’s economy. But is society ready for the difficult road ahead and is its leadership up to the required standard?

Chinese investors eyeing Malta

Delays by the Island’s government in completing a proposal for the Chinese company Far Eastern Phoenix (FEP) to redevelop the old Larnaca airport could result in Cyprus missing out on the investment altogether.

Development of Larnaca airport hits problems

A meeting will take place today to view a number of snags relating to the plan to transform the old Larnaca airport into a commercial centre by the Chinese company Far Eastern Phoenix.

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