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Cyprus Ends Government Annual Levy of €350 for Businesses

The move to cancel it is a part of a larger €60 million support package to stimulate the Cypriot economy.

The Cypriot government abolished the €350 annual levy on February 21st, 2024. This government fee was paid by all registered businesses to the Registrar of Companies in Cyprus. The move to cancel it is a part of a larger €60 million support package to stimulate the Cypriot economy. 

Originally introduced in 2011 during fiscal consolidation efforts following the economic crisis, the levy was criticised for unfairly burdening small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). By eliminating this annual cost for businesses, the government aims to improve the business environment and promote long-term growth and stability on the island.

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