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  • Cyprus Mail

    Cyprus will see difficult times, but we will emerge — Business Leader For Marios Loucaides, former director of the Cyprus Trading Corporation who now heads the consulting firm +Praxis, there are difficult times ahead for Cyprus. “The government has forecast about a 7 per cent contraction in GDP, with recovery in 2021[…]

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  • Cyprus Mail

    Coronavirus: Lucrative business from anchored cruise ships Nine cruise ships from Carnival cruise line and their sister companies are currently anchored off Limassol, after journeys were cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions and lockdowns, the Limassol port chief Panayiotis Agathocleous said on Wednesday. “There could be more companies[…]

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  • Cyprus Mail

    Our View: We have alienated our EU partners for no practical purpose FOREIGN Minister Nicos Christodoulides was at pains to justify Cyprus’ refusal to give its consent to EU sanctions against Belarus and play down criticism that the government had left itself isolated as a result. Speaking on state radio, he also[…]

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  • Cyprus Mail

    China, climate and blame China took a major stride forward on climate on Tuesday. President Xi Jinping, addressing the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, for the first time committed China to a hard target for future greenhouse gas emissions. By 2060,[…]

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  • Cyprus Mail

    Havertz hits hat-trick as big guns dominate minnows Chelsea new boy Kai Havertz hit a hat-trick on a night when Premier League sides inflicted Carabao Cup third-round misery on their EFL opponents. Havertz spearheaded Chelsea’s 6-0 hammering of Barnsley with his first goals for the Blues since joining[…]

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