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Aristo Developers Attends International Business Conference in Egypt

Aristo Developers Attends International Business Conference in Egypt

Aristo Developers launched its mission at a business forum in Cairo to promote the Company and its projects to a high net-worth investment community.

The business forum took place on Friday 24th November 2017 at the Fairmont Heliopolis Hotel, at the heart of Egypt’s capital. The centre of discussion featured the investment opportunities offered by Cyprus, the considerable growth of the island’s economy, it’s thriving  real estate sector, and the attractive tax environment maintained by Cyprus as a member of the European Union.

During the event, the Company presented its new collection of properties in the Pafos and Limassol Districts along with investment incentives such as acquisition of the Cyprus Passport and the possibility of obtaining a Permanent Residence Permit, capturing the interest of investors.

Boasting a successful track record exceeding 37 years, with more than 265 completed projects, over 30 new projects in the making, and land for future development of more than 6 million square meters in the most sought-after areas of Cyprus, Aristo Developers ensures the sustainability of its leadership, securing valuable benefits to the economy of the country.

 

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