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Cyprus developer Alpha Panareti named in MEP question

Alpha Panareti, a Cyprus property development company, was named in a question raised in the European Parliament by Derek Roland Clark MEP for East Midlands region who is seeking advice for one of his constituents.

Are we being deceived by EC reply to Cyprus question?

EC Vice-President Ms Viviane Reding has replied to Daniel Hannan’s question concerning developer mortgages in Cyprus. However, the answer she gives fails to answer the question asked and I wonder if someone is trying to deceive the European Commission?

The EU and the Cyprus property scandals

The Cyprus Property Action Group considers the implications of the EU Unfair Commercial Practices Directive on the property scandals taking place in Cyprus which, it believes, could have monumental implications.

Cyprus public debt reaches 105 percent of GDP

The level of Cyprus public debt reached €17.8 billion, corresponding to 105% of GDP, in the third quarter of 2010 according to a recent article in StockWatch.

Europe rejects call for Cyprus fact-finding mission

A call by MEP Daniel Hannan in the European Parliament for a fact-finding mission to Cyprus to investigate the numerous Title Deed problems has been rejected by Viviane Reding, Vice-President of the European Commission.

Cyprus welcomes EU-stress test results

In a recent press release, the Cyprus Ministry of Finance welcomed the results of the EU-stress tests recently carried out on 91 credit institutions throughout the member states of the European Union

Is Cyprus in danger of misleading the EU?

In its answers to questions posed to it by the European Union, the Cyprus Government could be in danger of misleading the EU into believing that the Cypriot authorities have taken substantial and effective measures to resolve the Title Deed problems.

Cyprus submits stability programme to EU

The Cyprus News Agency has reported that government has submitted its Stability Programme to the European Commission, which includes the basic targets to reduce the budget deficit to 6% in 2010 and below 3% by 2013.

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