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Cotemar group has confirmed that Safe Hibernia has been awarded a contract extension through to 23 December 2014 with unchanged day rate.
The Cyprus government and representatives of the Eni/KOGAS joint venture signed a memorandum of understanding in Nicosia on Wednesday aimed at investigating areas of cooperation related to Cyprus potential gas resources valorisation, with priority given to the onshore LNG option.
Bank of Cyprus, the Cypriot lender that recapitalised by seizing its clients' deposits last year, said it had raised 1 billion euros in a private placement on Monday, drawing in investors from the United States and Russia as well as from an EU-controlled bank.
Cyprus has filed an application with the European Commission to secure protected designation of origin status for halloumi - a move that's left Turkish Cypriot cheese makers uneasy.
A FIREFIGHT left one man dead and three law officers injured after police traced a fugitive child molester to a New York City smoke shop.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has vowed to stand by the Cypriot government in its reunification talks with Turkish-Cypriots after meeting President Nicos Anastasiades in Athens on Monday.
Staff teams from the European Commission , European Central Bank , and the International Monetary Fund visited Nicosia during July14-25, 2014 for the fifth review of Cyprus's economic program, which is supported by financial assistance from the European Stability Mechanism and the IMF.
Holding the white and red Turkish-Cypriot flag, people attend an army parade marking the 40th anniversary of the Turkish military invasion of Cyprus, on July 20th in Nicosia in the northern Turkish-controlled area of the of the east Mediterranean island.
Cyprus football champions APOEL FC signed a 5-year television rights deal with state-owned cable provider Cytavision worth 8.9 mln, seen by fans as far better than the club's previous agreement with LTV.
Tanzania's central bank said on Friday it had taken over the management of a bank accused by the U.S. government of large-scale money laundering.
Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Minister Yiorgos Lakkotrypis told business leaders in Paphos that the government was aware of the cash-flow problem in the economy and that it was trying to cut down on red tape as part of a widetr plan to introduce universal efficiencies and become mo0re competitive.
The opinion piece, "Hope for a peace settlement on Cyprus" by Ahmet Erdengiz is fundamentally flawed and littered with historical inaccuracies.
The Kanika Group has sold The Alexander the Great Beach Hotel in Paphos and the Kanika International Business Center in Limassol in two separate multimillion-euro deals involving Russian investors.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 04:18 am
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