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Cyprus, Economy

The economy of Cyprus is predominantly agricultural. Manufacturing and services are also important. After the fighting of 1974 divided the island, the economy suffered, but the Greek sector showed a rapid recovery. In 1998 Greek sector budget figures showed $2.8 billion in revenues and $3.3 billion in expenditures. In 1994 the Turkish sector had revenues of $157 million and expenditures of $211 million.

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