Cyprus Trade and Foreign Investment

Cyprus Trade

Subchapters: Business Relationships Foreign direct investment FTAs ​​and Treaties Development Cooperation Prospective fields of study (MOP) Business relations Trade relations with the EU 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Exports from the EU (million EUR) 943.5 1,082.6 1,250.6 914.4 ON Imports into the EU (million EUR) 4,445.70 4,672.30 4,826.90 4,427.20 ON Balance with the EU (million EUR) 3,502.2 3,589.7 3,576.3 3,512.9 ON Source: European Commission Trade relations with the Czech Republic…

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Cities and Resorts in Cyprus

Cities and Resorts in Cyprus

Larnaca In terms of recreation, Cyprus seems too expensive for you? Then pay attention to Larnaca – one of the most inexpensive resorts with clean beaches and warm sea. There is almost no entertainment infrastructure here, but the resort is ideal for a relaxing holiday with children. Beaches The beaches of Larnaca are mostly sandy, with fine gray sand, in some places supplemented with pebbles. The best of them is…

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Cyprus Population

Cyprus Population

According to topschoolsintheusa, Nicosia remains the largest city on the island of Cyprus. About 180 thousand people live in it. The second largest city of the island is Limassol with 140 thousand inhabitants, followed by Larnaca – 62 thousand and Paphos – 33 thousand. In the cities of the northern part of the island, the population is small. In Famagusta, after the Greek Cypriots were forced to flee from there,…

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Cyprus Population and History

Cyprus 2000

Population The demographic distribution has undergone a partial upheaval following the de facto partition of the island between Turks and Greeks, with the consequent expulsion of all residents of Greek origin (estimated at about 200,000) from the self-proclaimed Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, where the Cypriot Turks from the southern sector of the Greek-controlled island converged. The rural settlement, characteristic of the great majority of the Turkish community, remains prevalent,…

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