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We have taken some time to create this page in order to provide you with a reference point – links to the most important Cyprus authorities. Find the websites of Cyprus ministries, the company registrar, chamber of commerce and more. We will update the list every now and then, to include as many governing bodies for your convenience.
According to Eurostat analysis of government revenue and expenditure, Cyprus has performed well. Overall, the total government expenditure as a percentage of GDP remained relatively the same at 41%, below the EU 28 average of 48%.
Everything relating to the Cypriot Government: education, land and residence, work and employment, family and children, sponsorship, allowances, subsidies and more.
Everything you need to know about the Cyprus Ministry of Finance: fiscal policy framework, budget, taxation and investment policy, legislation, ordinances and more.
Learn more about the objectives of the Ministry of Foreign affairs. International organizations, bilateral relations, treaties, human rights, sanctions, policies and more.
Social security, social welfare, labour department, labour inspection and relations, social inclusion of people with disabilities, productivity centre, social fund and more.
The Ministry of Energy has the task of designing and implementing policies in order to rationalize the use of indigenous energy resources, to secure energy supply.
The Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry focuses on the promotion of renewable energy, entrepreneurship, competitiveness and innovation, stimulating investment.
The Statistical Service is the authority responsible for the compilation and the publication of most of the official statistical data in Cyprus, CYSTAT.
The PIO is committed in delivering communication services to the Government, and information services to the public by creating synergies between the public and the private.
Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg, its mission is to provide high quality statistics for Europe. Explore available data.
The ECB is the central bank of the 19 European Union countries which have adopted the euro. The main task is to maintain price stability and preserve purchasing power.
€956m has been allocated to Cyprus for the 2014-2020 programming period from the European Structural and Investment Funds (GRNET). Read about the program.
The Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) was established in 1963, shortly after Cyprus gained its independence. The CBC is governed by the Central Bank of Cyprus Law, 2002.
CySEC is a publicly independent supervisory authority responsible for overseeing the market for securities investment services and the collective investment sector.
The Stock Exchange currently manages a Regulated Market and a Market in the form of the Multilateral Trading Mechanism (the ‘New Developing Market Companies’).
Their mission is to empower its members by providing appropriate knowledge, training, guidance and support. Be a partner of the state and advance the public interest.
The lead agent in establishing Cyprus as a world-class investment destination, promotes the enhancement of the competitive environment, maximizing FDI and more.
The Bar Council regulates practice and etiquette of the profession, give rulings, examine and amend the current legislation, to protect the public right of access and more.
The Supreme Court ensures the fair and impartial justice, as it is defined by the constitution, the institutional rights and liberties, the Laws and EU/International conventions.
Responsible for the promotion and implementation of Government policy in the fields of employment and training of human resources as well as care for the disabled.
Provides for the integration of the Department of Inland Revenue and the Value Added Tax Service. This unified Department offers a better service to Cyprus citizens.
The department of registrar of companies and official receiver, also handles intellectual and industrial property. Find all the information about all Cypriot companies.
The secretariat comprises the following departments and independent services: services and trade, industry, education, public relations, accounts and more.