Cyprus is an island west of Syria, south of Turkey and northwest of Israel. It has been the site of constant battle for control since the days of antiquity and up to the 1970s, recently resulting in its division between Turkey and Greece. Each territory has its own government and reigning president. Currently the political situation is stable; its legal system is primarily British, official languages are Greek and Turkish respectively, and many of its legal documentation is rendered in English (making it easier for foreign companies to register there).
Cyprus enjoys moderate weather 300 days a year; in summers the mid-island areas can reach 38°C. It has two mountain ranges –Kyrenia along the island’s northern coast and the Troodos which boasts the highest elevation of Mount Olympus (1952m). Between these ranges lies a fertile valley used for agriculture.For Viewing Cyprus in Google Maps - Click Here
Cyprus is part of the eurozone and its economy is based on private entrepreneurship with the role of the government merely to regulate and provide public services. Tourism contributes substantially with 2.4 million visitors each year, bringing in 5 billion euro to the island economy and employing over 120,000 local workers.
Cyprus boasts an advanced banking system and modern transportation infrastructure, making it a popular destination for offshore companies.
Offshore companies in Cyprus are subject to certain restrictions: they may not deal in banking, insurance or financial services unless specifically authorized to do so. Also, they may not trade with certified locals or other local businesses.
The process of registering there is extremely quick (average of 22 days), the corporate tax rate is 12.5%, and shareholder information may be kept confidential by working through trustees.
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