Monthly Archives: November 2020

Commissioner of Internal Audit presents to the President the 2019 annual report

The Commissioner of Internal Audit Anna Zavou-Christoforou, presented today to the President of the Republic the Annual Report of the Service for 2019.   According to an announcement issued by the Presidency, presenting the Report, the Commissioner said that the

Cyprus FinMin satisfied with the 9th post-program surveillance report findings as presented at the Eurogroup

Minister of Finance, Constantinos Petrides, expressed his satisfaction with the findings of the 9th report on post-program surveillance of the Cypriot economy, which was presented to the Eurogroup, during his intervention at the teleconference of the 19 Eurozone Ministers.  

Cyprus and UK sign MoU to deepen collaboration in the development of digital government services

Considering that digital transformation is key to fostering sustainable and inclusive economic growth and providing effective and efficient services to citizens and businesses, the Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy of the Republic of Cyprus and the Government

Information and communications the only sector to show gains in Turnover amidst the Covid pandemic

Information and communications was the only sector to show annual gains in Turnover in Cyprus due to increased demand for distant learning and work from home in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.   According to data published by the

GDP growth rate at -4,1% in the third quarter of 2020

Τhe GDP growth rate in real terms during the third quarter of 2020 is negative and it is estimated at -4,1% compare to the corresponding quarter of 2019.   According to the Cyprus Statistical Service, based on seasonally and working

Cyprus police report 68 individuals for violating coronavirus measures

The Cyprus Police carried out a total of 2,676 island-wide checks since yesterday and reported 68 individuals for violating measures in place aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.   A Police spokesperson said 11 individuals were reported in