Wednesday
October 16, 2019

ICAEW 100 competition launched

Nicosia - The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) is searching to find the brightest 100 Cypriot students with the aspiration to be the next generation of business leaders. Students are asked…
Wednesday
October 02, 2019

New business hours for Chelco VAT

Limassol – In an effort to serve its clients, associates and vendors better and more efficiently, Chelco VAT Ltd has changed its business hours. Effective Wednesday, 2 October 2019, its new office business hours will…

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Wednesday
September 25, 2019

VAT on building land reduced to 5%

The Cyprus Council of Ministers decided earlier this month to reduce the VAT rate on building land from 19% to 5% in the form… Click here to read more.
Monday
September 23, 2019

Thomas Cook bankruptcy leaves 15.000 tourists stranded in Cyprus

Nicosia - The bankruptcy of Thomas Cook, which accounts for 5% to 6% of total tourist arrivals to Cyprus, left 15.000 tourists stranded on the island.… Click here to read more.
Thursday
September 19, 2019

Tsielepis End of Summer Night Out

Limassol - Tsielepis staff and guests bid farewell to the summer holidays this year with a cruise along the Limassol coastline last Friday, 13… Click here to read more.
Tuesday
September 17, 2019

VAT Forum conference extends registration deadline

Brussels - The 20th International School on Indirect Taxation has extended its registration deadline until the 22nd of September. The conference will be held… Click here to read more.
Tuesday
August 27, 2019

Work–life balance. Say what?

Limassol – Managing Director of Chelco VAT, Alexis Tsielepis talks to Greek-language IN Business News media about his business and personal life, the economy,… Click here to read more.
Tuesday
August 20, 2019

July registers record number of tourist arrivals

Nicosia - July 2019 registered the highest volume of tourist arrivals ever recorded in Cyprus for the specific month. Tourist arrivals reached 550,971 in… Click here to read more.