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Cyprus Depositors Take a Haircut

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Mon, 18 Mar 2013

The $25 billion GDP of the tiny island nation of Cyprus constitutes just 0.19% of the Eurozone figure. Yet, developments in the country’s banking sector during the early hours of Saturday could have significant implications for how the rest of the region handles its debt crisis. In exchange for a €

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