A few years ago the country of Cyprus found itself in deep financial trouble. The small country took out millions of Euros in loans to keep the nation afloat. Thankfully, it seems that Cyprus might be on its way back to economic stability. The Bank of Cyprus has paid back a large sum of emergency assistance funds, and now has a place on the stock exchange. These are good signs that the economy is slowly, but surely, growing.
The repair job at Cyprus’s biggest lender
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