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New food labelling system for Troodos mountain producers

The Cyprus Institute has introduced the first fruit and vegetables quality labelling system branded Mountain Agriculture Troodos. The institute says that the products, available at the new Mikropolis supermarkets in …

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Cyprus sees a small economic boost in latest figures released

Cyprus’ economic climate has improved this month according to the Economic Research Center of the University of Cyprus’ Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI-CypERC) with a rise of 0.4 points from September …

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Cyprus tourism soars

Revenue from tourism in Cyprus reached 1.2 billion euros ($AUD 1.8 Billion) for the period of January-July 2022, more than doubling the revenue in the same period last year. Increased …

US proceeds with full lifting of 1987 arms embargo on Cyprus

Turkey has condemned a United States decision on the full lifting of its arms embargo on Cyprus, announced on Saturday. “Cyprus has met the necessary conditions under relevant legislation to …

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US reaffirms Cyprus right to exploit resources in its EEZ

The US State Department has reaffirmed its position on the right of the Republic of Cyprus to exploit the energy resources within its exclusive economic zone (EEZ). The Cyprus News …

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Cyprus public debt falls by €24.18bn by end of June

According to latest available figures, Cyprus’ public debt has fallen 3.1 per cent or €24.18 billion by the end of June this year compared to the same period last year. …

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Turkey’s largest drilling ship in contested waters off Cyprus

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the launch of the country’s Abdulhamid Han drill ship in contested waters off Cyprus on Tuesday (Greek time). The inaugural ceremony for Abdulhamid Han, …

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Greece and Cyprus try to dial down East Med tensions

Greece and Cyprus accused Turkey on Thursday (Greece time) of stoking tensions as Ankara prepared to dispatch a drillship to the Mediterranean next month in a search for natural gas. …

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Turkish Cypriot lottery gaffe glorifies Greek Cypriot EOKA partisans

In a serious gaffe officials of Turkish-occupied Cyprus ticked-off the use of photographs on a lottery ticket which showed armed men holding up a Turkish flag. However, the photographs on …

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Turkey announces drilling in the Eastern Mediterranean in August

During his speech at a ceremony marking the anniversary of the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus, Turkey’s vice president, Fuat Oktay, announced that a new drilling rig is set to …

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