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  • 15 July 2019 Larnaca new high rise tower projects

    In Larnaca, some 20 – 30 high-rise residential developments and hotels... read more

  • 27 June 2019 Home Saves homes but also sells them away

    On September 2, applications for the Home project will begin. Yesterday the... read more

  • 18 June 2019 Citizenship by Investment Property Fair in Beirut Lebanon

    On 13 and 14 June 2019 we took part, together with our legal team, in the... read more

  • 13 May 2019 Petrolina will move storage units by years end

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  • 6 May 2019 Energy saving measures grant scheme

    There are opportunities for those living in Cyprus to the reduce their energy... read more

Cypriot Investment Scheme
Repossession Property Yield Properties

Latest news

  • 15 July 2019 Larnaca new high rise tower projects

    In Larnaca, some 20 – 30 high-rise residential developments and hotels... read more

  • 27 June 2019 Home Saves homes but also sells them away

    On September 2, applications for the Home project will begin. Yesterday the... read more

  • 18 June 2019 Citizenship by Investment Property Fair in Beirut Lebanon

    On 13 and 14 June 2019 we took part, together with our legal team, in the... read more

  • 13 May 2019 Petrolina will move storage units by years end

    read more

  • 6 May 2019 Energy saving measures grant scheme

    There are opportunities for those living in Cyprus to the reduce their energy... read more

German Press Up to one hundred billion the value of deposits in Cyprus

In a full-page story, the newspaper "Die Zeit" titled "Everything on Venus ', states that the value of deposits estimated at 30 to 100 billion euros," enough money to cover the debt and bring new prosperity to the country' .

"But no one knows if all these become reality as the president's plan Anastasiadis risks failing" he says, adding that he "could stumble on technical problems and costs, but mainly to hostility between the Greek Cypriot south and Turkish Cypriot north."

As the newspaper notes, "even though the Cypriot government managed to mining deposits unilaterally, ie without the involvement of Turkish Cypriots, Nicosia does not want in any way to transport natural gas through Turkey, despite the fact that Turkey is Located just 70 km. "

"` Instead of this the government plans to build a massive liquefaction and transport the gas by ship. Given the enormous volume of the project for a country of 780,000 residents, the project is economically nonsense. Would cost around € 15 billion, about the total debt of the country and the almost bankrupt country will lose five years if he prefers to build the plant instead of the pipeline. "

http://www.ant1iwo.com/oikonomia/2013/09/26/germanikos-typos-mexri-kai-100-dis-h-aji/