Cypriots queue to get into the reopened banks
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Paul Mason in Cyprus: Grim faces as the banks reopen

Banks in Cyprus have reopened after a two-week closure sparked by discussions over an EU-IMF bailout, amid tension over possible large scale withdrawals.

BBC Newsnight's Paul Mason assesses whether bank customers' relative stoicism will last, as the extent of the banking crisis becomes known.

  • 28 Mar 2013
  • From the section Europe
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