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re­warded by the de­ci­sion of the EU to let Cyprus join the sec­ond phase of the Ex­change Rate Mech­a­nism which paves the way for a suc­cess­ful en­try to the Eu­ro­zone. He high­lighted some progress in the peace process, em­pha­sised the pack­age for the Turk­ish Cypri­ots, praised the suc­cess of the Green Line reg­u­la­tion and con­cluded that “there is no doubt that Turkey will play a key role in a so­lu­tion to the Cyprus prob­lem.” A num­ber of Greek Cypri­ots, but also in the gov­ern­ment al­leged to have sold their

North prop­er­ties:

mainly living abroad con­trolled ar­eas, are prop­er­ties in the north, ac­cord­ing to a par­lia­men­tary hear­ing, driven by the in­flux of tourists and a prop­erty boom on the Turk­ish side, where 240,000 Greek Cypri­ots vis­ited in the last 12 months.

Con­trast­ing views were ex­pressed on Turkey’s EU ac­ces­sion hopes dur­ing an in­ter­na­tional sem­i­nar hosted by In­ter­col­lege in Ni­cosia, with ar­gu­ments dif­fer­ing about the pre­dicted out­comes of Turkey’s ac­ces­sion while it was also held that Ankara’s membership would be a neg­a­tive devel­op­ment for the fu­ture of the EU.

While three quar­ters of Europe’s youth use the In­ter­net, Euro­stat found that Cyprus is at the low­est level of in­ter­net use by en­ter­prises.

Mercedes Benz was sell­ing its CLK Coupe for CYP 27,000 and OTEnet was pro­mot­ing re­tail and busi­ness fixed tele­phony and broad­band.




In­ter­net slump:

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