Cyprus is a modern, cosmopolitan and transparent business centre offering opportunities for investment across a wide range of sectors. Cyprus is committed to offering a high quality, duly regulated service and unique set of competitive advantages that ensure the best possible experience for investors and businesspeople worldwide. Apart from continuously improving the business climate, increasing
Strong business support services Cyprus has a wide range of professional services to make starting and running a business effective. • Cyprus has more than 700 registered accounting firms including all of the major global firms. • Cyprus has more than 2,700 registered lawyers and 160 law firms, providing a competitive market for legal services.
Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, located at the eastern end of Europe, at the crux of the busy shipping and air routes linking 3 continents, Europe, Africa and Asia. The island, through its rich and turbulent history, going back more than 10 000 years, has developed from a Stone Age
Cyprus is a world-class educational and research centre of excellence with high quality academic institutions, offering a large variety of advanced and fully accredited undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, at affordable cost. With a booming sector comprising 3 public and 5 private universities and more than 40 public and private higher education institutions enjoying international academic
The Travellers Handbook is intended to offer the Holidaymaker and visitor valuable information about
the island, in order to get the most out of their stay in
This Handbook is designed to assist to the planning of
a trip to Cyprus and to offer information, that will make
one’s stay a most pleasant and enjoyable one.
MAY YOUR VISIT IN CYPRUS BE
A MEMORABLE ONE
Cyprus offers one of the world’s most globally-orientated and business-friendly environments for establishing corporate structures within the European Union. With EU membership and the harmonization of legislation, Cyprus’ reputation has grown whilst the corporate tax rate remains the lowest in the European Union at 10%. Attracted by a wide network of over 40 double taxation