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Bad cheques for €13,048 written in June

In June 2024, the number of bounced cheques stood at 12, with a total value of €13,048, according to the Central Bank of Cyprus which released statistics relating to the Central Information Register.

In June 2024, ten individuals were registered on the preliminary CIR, namely legal entities and four natural persons.

Furthermore, CBC statistics indicate that the number of entities listed in the CIR reached 7 in June 2024, including two legal entities and one natural person and four natural persons controlling legal entities.

According to preliminary records, the number of bounced cheques in the first six months of 2024 was 143, with a total value of €302,947. The registrations of persons (legal persons, natural persons and natural persons controlling legal entities) in the Central Information Register for issuers of bad checks reached 108.

(Source: CNA)

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