The Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus in Tel Aviv does not have an exclusive commercial section. However, the Embassy deals with trade and business related issues between Cyprus and Israel.
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The Embassy provides relevant information to interested parties, with the purpose of facilitating contacts and cooperation between the business communities of Cyprus and the countries of our accreditation.
For further information on doing business in Cyprus, please visit the following websites:
·Point of Single Contact
·Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism
·Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver
·Department of Customs and Excise
·Department of Merchant Shipping
·Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry
·Cyprus Port Authority
For information regarding investment in Cyprus, please visit the following link:
·Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency: Established by a Council of Ministers decision in 2007, the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency is a registered not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and fully funded by the Government of Cyprus. The Board of 12 Directors (10 from the private sector and 2 from the public sector) was appointed for an initial 4 year term.Operating since January 2008, the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency has a threefold mandate:
Ø To promote Cyprus as an attractive international investment centre in key priority growth sectors
Ø To advocate reform in Cyprus required to improve the regulatory and business environment and infrastructure
Ø To provide investor support with after care and further development services
For information and guidance on investing in Cyprus, contact CIPA at:
Severis Bldg, 9 Makariou III Ave., 4th Floor
P.O.Box 27032, Lefkosia 1641, Cyprus
Tel.: +357 22 441133, Fax: +357 22 441134
Investors are warned, however, against buying property in the occupied area of Cyprus. For more information regarding the usurpation of Greek Cypriot properties following the link from our home page.