ACTIVE FILTERS: Cyprus


01.04.20
EBRD monitor assesses resilience of emerging economies to Covid-19

Ability to withstand shock depends on key factors including health system stability, fiscal space and financial sector capacity


08.10.19
Integration key to companies’ success on global markets
Integration key to companies’ success on global markets

New report analyses “hidden champions” from central, eastern and south-eastern Europe


07.08.19
Supporting small business and tourism in Cyprus
How the EBRD boosted the competitiveness of two Ayia Napa Hotels

How the EBRD boosted the competitiveness of two Ayia Napa Hotels


03.07.19
Andreea Moraru appointed new EBRD Head of Greece and Cyprus
Andreea Moraru appointed new EBRD Head of Greece and Cyprus

Takes over from Sabina Dziurman in Athens on 1 November 2019


16.05.19
EBRD supports wood processor Florian Group in Croatia

€10 million loan for resource efficiency and expansion


29.03.19
No-deal Brexit could affect value chains in the EBRD regions
Newly published EBRD research finds that a significant proportion of value chains within the 12 EU countries where the Bank operates, and also in Turkey could be affected in an event of an exit of the United Kingdom from the EU with no deal.

Both direct and indirect exports from emerging Europe and Turkey hit


01.11.18
No-deal Brexit would hit south-eastern European economies hardest among EBRD regions

No-deal seen disrupting trade, hitting reform and funding


19.09.18
All lit up: the future of finance
Ivan Mrvos, Croatian entrepreneur

Helping start-ups boost the wider economy


03.09.18
EBRD, EIB and WBG launch new enterprise survey in over 40 countries
EBRD, EIB and WBG launch new enterprise survey in over 40 countries

Study seeks to identify constraints to private sector growth


13.06.18
MDB climate finance hit record high of US$ 35.2 billion in 2017
MDB climate finance hit record high of  US$ 35.2 billion in 2017

An increase of nearly 30% on the previous year, boosting projects that help developing countries address climate risks