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UK – CY Partnership on Green and Digital Transition in Services
23-24 November 2022 - London & Dublin The Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry and the...
Our Planet: Our Business – film screening and panel discussion
Join us for a special screening of Our Planet: Our Business, followed by a panel discussion engaging government, business and policy leaders to explore the impact of a changing world on business and the opportunity to drive solutions at scale. Two hours of CPD.
The Cyprus-UK Business Association and the CYS (Cyprus Organization for Standardisation) in cooperation with the CCCI and the British High Commission in Nicosia invite you to attend an event on the impact of a no deal Brexit on standards.
The European Commission published on the 30 January 2018 some useful clarifications on the effects of Brexit for economic operators after the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. The paper does not take into account any transitional arrangement which might be agreed before 30 March 2019.
Questionnaire to members of the Association assessing impact of Brexit and areas where the...
Πότε ιδρύθηκε ο Κυπρο-Βρετανικός Επιχειρηματικός Σύνδεσμος και πόσα μέλη απαριθμεί;
Ο Σύνδεσμος ιδρύθηκε το 2008 και έχει γύρω στα 100 μέλη και είναι ο τρίτος μεγαλύτερος σύνδεσμος του ΚΕΒΕ μετά από τον Κυπρο-Ρωσικό και τον Κυπρο-Κινέζικο.
Τι ενέργειες θεωρείτε πως πρέπει να γίνουν ώστε το Brexit να μην επηρεάσει τις εμπορικές και οικονομικές σχέσεις Κύπρου-Βρετανίας;
The Cyprus UK Business Association would like to inform its members that is closely monitoring the developments in relation to the referendum on the Brexit and will be providing further updates to its members as more information is made available. In the meantime please see below a link to the statement of the Prime Minister and also a statement by the Bank of England.
On 28 April 2015 the Public Debt Management Office of Cyprus announced the issue of EUR1 billion seven-year government bonds at a coupon rate of 3.875%. The average yield of yesterday’s bond issue stood at 4%.
There were offers of about €1,9 billion of which €1 billion were accepted. This is the first bond issue addressed to foreign investors since June 2014, and an encouraging sign regarding the recovery of the Cypriot economy.