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end of the cur­rent ses­sion at the end of May, said House Euro­pean Af­fairs Com­mit­tee Chair­man Ni­cos Clean­t­hous. He added that the House is ex­pected to reach a con­clu­sion on the is­sue of the Bri­tish Bases be­fore the rat­i­fi­ca­tion.



Pro­pos­als for the fi­nal form of the In­vest­ment Pro­mo­tion Agency are to be sub­mit­ted to the Coun­cil of Min­is­ters be­fore sum­mer, as the gov­ern­ment tries to speed up pro­cesses and pro­vide in­vestors with a sin­gle of­fice to pro­vide as­sis­tance. It will re­place the For­eign In­vestors Ser­vices Cen­tre at the Min­istry of Com­merce, that has been op­er­a­tional since 2000, that has been a re­ac­tive gov­ern­ment ser­vice, as op­posed to a proac­tive public agency.

Eastern Mediter­ranean Re­sources (EMED), a Cyprus-based pre­cious met­als ex­plo­ration and devel­op­ment com­pany, is paving the way for list­ings on the Lon­don Stock Ex­change with its GBP 2.5 mln place­ment on the AIM mar­ket.

Suphire CEO Yian­nos An­dronikou was re­leased af­ter a 20 day re­mand, fac­ing charges of theft and fraud for the CYP 9.2 mln en­trusted by the EAC pen­sion fund, that has since van­ished.



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