The Cypriot economy is services-oriented, with Services accounting for 87% of the country’s GDP, whilst Industry and Agriculture follow at 11% and 2% respectively. Total GDP (2017) amounted to €19.2 billion.

Core economic activity is generated in the areas of Tourism, Trade, Transport, Financial-Professional & Administrative Services and Real Estate & Construction.

Currently, Cyprus is one of the fastest growing economies in the EU, experiencing a GDP growth of 3.9% (2017).