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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 11-08-03

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    Cyprus President Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu continued their talks on the issue of governance and power-sharing in the context of the intensified phase of UN-led direct talks to solve the Cyprus problem.

    Speaking after the meeting that lasted almost five and a half hours, UN Secretary General`s Special Advisor on Cyprus, Alexander Downer said that the leaders spent a fairly long amount of time today focusing on the issue of governance and power-sharing.

    Leaders did discuss governance and power-sharing, and they will be meeting again on Friday (5 August) in a similar format. And well take up from where weve left off today and focus on governance and power-sharing, he said.

    Downer reiterated that the UN consider that the less is said publicly about what happens in the discussions the more the chance is of having a degree of success in the negotiations. These are very difficult negotiations, as we all know. We need to make sure that they are conducted in a way that maximizes the opportunity for reaching agreement. With that in mind we try to keep the contents of the discussion at this stage, during this intensive stage, as confidential as possible; thats a very important component of the process, he said.


    Industrial producer prices were up by 0.6% in Cyprus in June compared to May according to Eurostat data.

    Cyprus and Romania were second to Latvia, which recorded a 1.3% increase.

    The largest monthly decreases were recorded in Ireland (-1.2%), Denmark, Hungary and the Netherlands (-0.7% each).

    Compared with June 2010 Cyprus industrial producer prices recorded an increase of 4.7%.

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