chapter  3
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Theories of International Trade and International Investment

Throughout its history, Cyprus, an island in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, has been heavily involved in trade. Cyprus traded with the Phoenicians, the Venetians, the Arabs, the Assyrians, the Romans, and the Greeks. It is a country with approximately 800,000 inhabitants, with the majority being Greek-Cypriots and a minority Turkish-Cypriots, Armenians, andMaronites (a sect of the Catholic Church that originated in Lebanon).