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Financial Mirror is a leading weekly business paper in Cyprus. The publication covers business news in Cyprus and addresses current events related to the economy, finance, industries, and investment within the country. Two paid options are available for subscription to the paper which is available in PDF format.
Regulatory Agency Sites
The Cyprus RadioTelevision Authority (CRTA) has three main duties: the issuance of permits, examination of complaints, and international relations. The CRTA issues standards and legislation that operators must comply with, and the CRTA monitors their services. The CRTA mediates disputes and strives to protect consumers and ensure their rights. Lastly, the CRTA forms networks of regulators with foreign countries to enhance cooperation and investment.
The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the financial services industry within Cyprus. The site contains a list of regulations, announcements, and information specific to investment firms and investors. Some documents are only available in Greek.
The Ministry of Finance is responsible for economic policy development and the regulation of public funds within Cyprus. The site contains a list of presentations and services provided by the Ministry, as well as statistics and information on the budget of Cyprus.
The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) is a private law organization that promotes the views of the business community. This site includes relevant contact information for the investor, employment offers, and professional exams to certify knowledge levels for professionals interested in investing in Cyprus.