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Keravnos reassures that Cyprus economy is not at risk from regional developments

In light of the events in the wider region of the Middle East and the Eastern Mediterranean, Finance Minister Makis Keravnos convened an extraordinary official meeting to review the developments and any possible effects on the economy.

During the 15 April meeting, stakeholders examined all the factors that may directly affect the economy and the sectors in which there may be greater effects from a possible escalation of the crisis.

They exchanged views on planning and preventive actions that the Ministry of Finance can take, if necessary.

As it was established at the meeting, for the time being, there are no apparent risks for the Cypriot economy.

The Ministry of Finance will closely monitor the developments and is ready, if necessary, for the necessary actions and measures to be taken, sources revealed.

(Source: InBusinessNews)

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