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Tue. 16/07/2019

Double taxation agreement with Norway

Cyprus and Norway on Monday signed an agreement for the avoidance of double taxation.

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Stoic Cyprus back from the dead after banking collapse

Recovery looks feasible for the island whose economy crashed less than a year ago

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Cyprus survey of foreign firms “surprisingly better than expected”

Despite the lack of credit and some rising costs, many foreign businesses are committed to staying in Cyprus, nearly two thirds of whom are looking to expand their operations in the medium- to long-term, a survey has found.

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Russians Return to Cyprus, a Favorite Tax Haven

When the Cypriot government forced bank depositors — many of them Russian — to pay their share of an international bailout last spring, Vasilis Zertalis’s phone started ringing.

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Dijsselbloem: economic situation in Cyprus much better than expected

The state of Cyprus’ economy is much better today than original expectations, while the financial sector is stabilising, the President of the Eurogroup, Joeren Dijsselbloem has told the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament.

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EU praise for Cyprus’ ‘resilient’ economy

Cyprus economy has been proved more resilient than expected, said vice-president of the European Commission Olli Rehn on Monday, expressing his confidence that the authorities will continue to ensure that it remains so.

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India-Cyprus double tax avoidance agreement to be finalised soon

MUMBAI: A new India-Cyprus double tax avoidance agreement (DTAA) or tax treaty, inches closer to finalisation. The delegates of the two countries are slated to meet in early-mid March to tie up the loose ends.

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Double taxation agreement with Spain

On February 14, 2013, the governments of Cyprus and Spain concluded and signed a double taxation treaty (DTT) – based on the 2010 OECD Model Convention – with it having now come into force as of January 1, 2014, following the completion of the ratification process by the governments of the two countries.

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