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Cyprus As A Regional Trade And Financial Services Centre – The Way Ahead?
The timing of the seminar was particularly apt given the trade and financial opportunities that will exist for Cyprus as a result of BREXIT.
Cyprus
16 Oct 2019
2
Strengthening Of Our Presence In Western Europe
We are delighted to announce that we have strengthened our presence in Western Europe with the acquisition of Jurispectrum, a niche business law firm which operates in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Cyprus
27 Dec 2018
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Removal Of Namibia From EU List Of Non-Cooperative Tax Jurisdictions
On 6 November 2018 Namibia was removed from the EU's list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions by a decision of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council, which considered that Namibia has made sufficient commitments at a high political level to address EU concerns.
Cyprus
23 Nov 2018
4
The Revised Double Taxation Agreement (DTA) Between Cyprus And India
The revised double taxation agreement (DTA) between Cyprus and India, which was signed on November 18, 2016, was ratified within four weeks of signature.
Cyprus
9 Aug 2017
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New Procedure For Announcing International Sanctions Against States, Individuals Or Entities
The Department of Merchant Shipping ("DMS") has adopted a new procedure for informing interested parties of United Nations economic sanctions and European Union restrictive measures in the field of merchant shipping.
Cyprus
10 Mar 2017
6
International Secured Transactions
Cyprus is a former British colony that gained independence in 1960. In 1974, Cyprus was invaded by Turkey and approximately one-third of the country remains under illegal Turkish occupation.
Cyprus
1 Nov 2016
7
International Execution Against Judgment Debtors
For approximately 80 years, Cyprus was a British colony. On independence of the new Republic provided that the laws previously applicable should remain in force until repealed or amended by new laws of the Republic.
Cyprus
26 Oct 2016
8
Lifting Of Arms Embargos On Ivory Coast And Liberia
The Cyprus Department of Merchant Shipping has announced that, following the lifting of the arms embargos previously imposed by the United Nations and the European Union on Ivory Coast and Liberia...
Cyprus
30 Aug 2016
9
Brexit?
The twenty-third of June 2016 is a watershed in recent British history, the day on which the electorate of the United Kingdom voted for their government to take steps to leave the European Union.
Cyprus
19 Jul 2016
10
New Law To Enforce International Sanctions - June 15 2016
The Department of Merchant Shipping has issued a circular to owners, operators and managers of Cyprus ships informing them of the recent enactment of the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Security Council Resolutions or Decisions (Sanctions) and the European Union Council Decisions and Regulations (Restrictive Measures) Law of 2016.
Cyprus
17 Jun 2016
11
New Law To Enforce International Sanctions
The law obliges every person or entity in the Republic of Cyprus to abide by and comply with all sanctions or restrictive measures imposed by resolutions of the United Nations Security Council or the European Union.
Cyprus
6 Jun 2016
12
Department Of Merchant Shipping Issues Circular On Trade Restrictions
Following the United Nations' and European Union's adoption of resolutions imposing restrictive measures against Central African Republic, Ivory Coast, North Korea, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen...
Cyprus
10 May 2016
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Department Of Merchant Shipping Circular On Restrictions On Dealings With Libya
Over the past few years the Department of Merchant Shipping (DMS) has issued a number of orders and circulars informing owners, operators and managers of ships flying the Cyprus flag...
Cyprus
18 Apr 2016
14
Russia And Cyprus: Lessons From The Crisis And The Prospects For Cooperation
Maria Kyriacou, head of our firm's Nicosia office, will be one of a distinguished line-up of speakers at a conference titled "Russia and Cyprus: lessons from the crisis and the prospects for cooperation"...
Cyprus
12 Apr 2016
15
Cyprus-Registered Ships - Restrictions On Dealings With Libya
Over the past few years the Cyprus Department of Merchant Shipping (DMS) has issued a number of orders and circulars informing owners, operators and managers of ships flying the Cyprus flag of restrictions on trade with Libya arising from sanctions imposed by the European Union.
Cyprus
12 Apr 2016
16
New Double Tax Agreement Between Cyprus And Iran
Cyprus and Iran recently signed an agreement in Nicosia on the avoidance of double tax and fiscal evasion with regard to income tax, following several years of negotiations.
Cyprus
17 Aug 2015
17
The International Comparative Legal Guide To International Arbitration 2015 Edition
The principal laws regulating arbitration proceedings in Cyprus are the Arbitration Law, Cap 4, and the Law on International Commercial Arbitration of 1987, Law 101 of 1987 ("the ICA Law").
Cyprus
30 Jul 2015
18
Cyprus Chapter Of Global Legal Insights - International Arbitration
In Cyprus the legal regime governing arbitration is dualistic...
Cyprus
7 May 2015
19
Cyprus Chapter Of Shipping & International Trade Law
In the absence of express provisions in a bill of lading (or charterparty), by what means will the proper law of the contract be determined?
Cyprus
6 Jan 2015
20
Strong Growth In Investment From Cyprus To Russia In 2013
According to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, there was a significant increase in investment into Russia from Cyprus during the first nine months of 2013, the latest period for which figures are available.
Cyprus
20 Apr 2014
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