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VANISHING CYPRUS: The Mousetrap of Banking

By Andreas C Chrysafis April, 2015 (No 73) © Pick up a stone off the ground, turn it upside down and one soon discovers another thriving virus of corruption lurking under it. To the dismay of citizens, a fine web of dishonesty has deeply infiltrated into the social structure of the island. In the absence of Rule of Law, and ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: ENDANGERED CYPRIOT COMMUNITY

By Andreas C Chrysafis December, 2014 (No 65) © The Republic of Cyprus is entering into an unpredictable phase in its troublesome history. If the economic crisis were not bad enough, it is also facing constant provocation by Turkey while the bi-communal negotiations have come to a dead end due to Turkey’s military threats. As for the natural gas bonanza ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: BANKS vs the PEOPLE  

By Andreas C Chrysafis September, 2014 (No60) © The most important thing to remember when dealing with banks it’s a simple rule; banks are a business motivated by profits; banks are not sensitive to social needs; banks do not take risks and bank managers are not your friends. In fact if banks loaned money at their own risk, there would ... Read More »