About Cyprus

Cyprus, the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, is the eastern-most corner of the European Union, and a strategic post throughout the centuries and layers of history. Cyprus has a robust, market-driven economy supported by a stable democracy and driven by a diverse, well-educated, skilled workforce, along with an excellent telecommunications and infrastructure system and the lowest tax regime in the EU.

Capitalizing on its strategic location, Cyprus has developed through the years into a reputable international services hub especially in the banking and shipping activities. Since Cyprus’s accession to the European Union, its role as a business bridge between Europe, Asia and Africa has been further enhanced.