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Banks Re-Open in Cyprus as Bailout Negotiations Continuei
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March 28, 2013 5:14 PM
Banks across Cyprus reopened as scheduled Thursday, nearly two weeks after being shut down amid the country's brush with economic collapse. Meanwhile, the government continues to negotiate a bailout agreement with international creditors that will see large depositors lose a portion of their money. Jeff Custer reports.

Banks Re-Open in Cyprus as Bailout Negotiations Continue

Published March 28, 2013

Banks across Cyprus reopened as scheduled Thursday, nearly two weeks after being shut down amid the country's brush with economic collapse. Meanwhile, the government continues to negotiate a bailout agreement with international creditors that will see large depositors lose a portion of their money. Jeff Custer reports.


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