Daily Archives: November 4, 2011

Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

LET NICOSIA

Residential or office. 10 Amphitritis street near Acropolis avenue, flats no. 201 and 301. Large hall with open plan kitchen, WC, shower, bedroom, and very spacious verandas. Split units (hot and cool), electric cooker, smell-abstractor, refrigerator, washing machine. Lift and parking place.  Tel.  99.67.35.92

Read More
Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

let paphos

yeroskipou, euro 400, fully furnished townhouse, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, cloakroom, overlooking large communal pool, pleasant gardens. call : 99620901/96440287

Read More
Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

LET LIMASSOL

For rent Katholiki area, near Limassol university,  close to the sea,brand new 2 bedroom flat,2 bathroom, 2 balcony  with blinds and 3A/C units , solar heating ,cov parking,store room,furnished ,fully equipped kitchen with brand new electrical appliance.For information please call: 99 857956

Read More
Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

LET PARALIMNI

2 bedroom ground floor house in quiet location close to new roundabout Paralimni. A/C, Fully (modern) furniture, garden, drive. Long term available. €350pcm, €500 deposit. Call 99560436 or 99788767

Read More
Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

Peres: gas finds can promote peace

CYPRUS and Israel yesterday pledged that natural gas found in the eastern Mediterranean would be used to promote peace in the region, as the two countries further strengthened their relations with the signing of four bilateral agreements.

“We do not want to make an alliance based on military strength but cooperation based on goodwill,” said Israeli President Shimon Peres after talks with his Cypriot counterpart Demetris Christofias. 

Relations between the two countries have improved significantly of late, helped by the deteriorating relationship between Turkey and Israel, and the anticipation of large hydrocarbon deposits likely shared by Cyprus and Israel in the Eastern Mediterranean in their respective Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ). 

Read More
Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

Our View: Abuse borne by Commerce Minister totally beyond bounds

POLITICIANS and newspapers have every right to question, criticise and challenge decisions taken by members of the executive. They also have the right to censure bad policies and cases of poor judgement. This right has never been in any doubt, even though President Christofias occasionally complains that rampant criticism of his decisions undermined the institution of the presidency.

Read More
Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

Cyprus-Israel: a joint vision for peace

CYPRUS and Israel have decided to establish a joint committee on their Mediterranean vision for peace and for relations between the EU and all states in the region. 

The decision was announced yesterday by President Demetris Christofias, after his meeting with President Shimon Peres.

“Together with President Peres we have decided to establish a joint committee on our Mediterranean vision for peace and for the relations between the European Union and all states in the region. This was a very creative proposal on behalf of President Peres and we have accepted it,” Christofias said. 

He expressed hope that the vision would be completed before Cyprus assumes the EU Presidency (in the second half of 2012.

Read More
Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

BoC to raise capital with €396m rights issue

CYPRUS’ biggest lender, the Bank of Cyprus (BoC) said yesterday its board decided to boost capital via a rights issue of up to €396 million and a voluntary exchange of convertible securities.

The bank is strengthening its capital base in view of increased regulatory capital requirements and the impact of further write-down’s on its Greek government bond portfolio.

“With the implementation of the scheme, the Group is expected to meet the additional capital requirements of the European Banking Authority (EBA),” BoC CEO Andreas Eliades said.

The BoC boss added that the bank would now be able to absorb the 50 to 60 per cent cut expected on the Greek Government Bond portfolio and meet the minimum necessary capital levels. 

Read More
Archives November 4, 2011 posted by

Boost for sluggish property market

BY A unanimous decision, parliament yesterday passed a bill suspending for six months the payment of property transfer fees on properties subject to VAT and cutting by 50 per cent fees on properties where no VAT is paid upon registration of the title deed.

The legislative proposal, drafted and tabled by the parties, aims to give a boost to a sluggish property market in the midst of the current slump.

The new law will have effect for six months until the government comes up with a promised comprehensive property tax restructuring scheme.

Read More

Archives Calendar

November 2011
M T W T F S S
« Oct   Dec »
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
282930  

Archives List