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Millions of euros withdrawn from cash-strapped Greece's ATMs

Cash-strapped Greece now has less than two weeks left to reach a debt deal, having already rolled a €300m payment into those due on 30 June.

If it fails to make the payment, it risks having to leave the eurozone and possibly also the EU.

BBC's James Reynolds reports from Athens on the affect the financial crisis is having on businesses, and the increase of withdrawals from cash machines.

As many as 1.5bn euros have been withdrawn in a week.

  • 18 Jun 2015
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