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Cyprus businesses hurt as banks stay shut

Cypriot students shout slogans near the presidential palace in capital Nicosia, on March 26. Banks across Cyprus remain firmly padlocked Tuesday after financial authorities extended the country’s bank closure.

AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris
Cypriot students shout slogans near the presidential palace in capital Nicosia, on March 26. Banks across Cyprus remain firmly padlocked Tuesday after financial authorities extended the country’s bank closure.



NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Cypriot businesses were under increasing strain to keep running on Tuesday after financial authorities stretched the country’s bank closure into a second week amid fears that depositors will rush to drain their accounts...

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