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Names of 25 citizenship investors revealed

The names of 25 of the 26 investors from whom Cyprus is in the process of revoking citizenship have been named; nine Russians, eight Cambodians, five Chinese, two Kenyans and one Malaysian.

Chinese investors still wooed by Cyprus passports

The South China Morning post reports that Chinese investors are seeking Cyprus passports despite the stricter criteria introduced last month for those seeking Cypriot citizenship.

Larnaca marina investors given more time

Larnaca marina and port development plans have been put on hold for another three weeks as the strategic investor has asked for an extension to submit their final financial offer for the €400 million project.

Larnaca marina plans on track

The competition process to develop Larnaca marina and port are back on track and the tender documents will be delivered today (Friday) after the Transport Ministry rebutted claims that the project was beset by legal complications.

Larnaca marina development plans stalled

The competition process to develop Larnaca marina and port have been delayed yet again – this time by extensions to the tender document placing a ceiling on the annual tonnage that can be handled by the port.

Larnaca marina edging forward

Ambitious plans for the Larnaca marina and port project are edging forward with Transport Minister Marios Demetriades announcing that the target to sign contracts is the end of 2017, depending on progress.

How can Cyprus banks justify their action?

Cyprus banks are blocking trapped property buyers getting Title Deeds, while in Spain the Supreme Court has ruled that the banks must refund money to purchasers whose homes were never completed.

Tender process launched for Larnaca marina

The long-awaited Larnaca marina and port project took a step forward in the week with a request for submissions of interest for the construction of the 1,000 berth marina and port facilities.

Cyprus wooing Thai investors

Cyprus is offering investors from Thailand European Union citizenship for BHT 100 million (approx. €2.5 million) as it expects to raise capital from Thai investors in a number of sectors.

Middle Eastern investors eyeing Cyprus

Chestertons reports that Cyprus has carved a niche for itself over the years and is receiving considerable interest from Middle Eastern investors who are looking to establish their second home overseas.

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