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Investors back at the Presidential Palace

A new meeting is scheduled to take place between the government and foreign investors at the Presidential Palace on 20 November, following a first meeting back in June where investors suggested specific actions to make Cyprus a more attractive investment destination.

According to Evgenios Evgeniou, Chairman of Invest Cyprus which is organising the meeting, the aim now is to “move from feedback to action”.

The government’s first tête-à-tête with over 20 of the island’s most prominent foreign investors, in the presence of President Nikos Christodoulides, saw the investors table specific suggestions and observations on how to make the island more attractive and make it easier for those already here to do business.

Evgeniou said the new meeting will be joined by even more investors while the government’s ministers are expected to present the actions they have taken – or plan to take – in relation to the suggestions that the investors made.

Meanwhile, Invest Cyprus will be holding its AGM following the meeting.

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