Situated in the eastern Mediterranean, and named for the copper that brought ancient traders to its shores, Cyprus has long been a hub of international trade.
Traditionally a bridge between East and West, Cyprus enjoys a key strategic position within reach of southern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The country is a longstanding international financial hub offering investors a superb location, and an educated, English-speaking workforce.
Resurgent after a period decline between 2012 and 2014, Cyprus has beaten expectations in recent years and emerged one of the Eurozone’s top economic performers.
With the exception of gas – recently discovered offshore – the island has few natural resources. The country’s chief exports include citrus fruit, potatoes, cement and clothing. Cyprus’ main trade partners include Greece, Italy, China and the UK.
Cyprus is a major tourist destination, welcoming two million holidaymakers to its shores every year, and the country is renowned for its first-rate tourist infrastructure.
With over sixty staff and offices in Nicosia and Limassol, HLB Cyprus provides premium quality professional services to a wide range of businesses.
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