WE ARE ALL PAYING THE PRICE FOR CYPRUS' TAINTED REPUTATION

The source of the greatest harm to whatever ‘reputation’ that we once had, is ourselves and in all modes of commerce and social behavior. In our scramble for a quick buck we have lost any respect that we might have had for ourselves and we are stupid enough to believe... The post We are all paying the price for Cyprus’ tainted reputation appeared first on Cyprus Mail.

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