July 2007
Cyprus Economic Studies;2007, p330
Country Report
The article offers a summary of export activities in Cyprus. The total level of exports worldwide and in the country are estimated using a model which aggregates across over 150 key country markets and forecasts total sales in 2007. It presents a total picture of exports from Cyprus to other countries of the world for the biggest industry categories compared to those of competing exporting countries.


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