Analysts believe the island nation will cost dearly to bail out the banks
The financial future of Cyprus remains uncertain: although the country managed to avoid bankruptcy at the last moment and received 13 billion euros in aid, the most serious economic problems are likely to lie ahead. Bailing out the banks will cost the country more unemployment, bankruptcies and a credit crunch, economists say. Details – in the video report.
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Cyprus: major challenges are yet to come?
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A Brief Documentary on Cyprus Conflict 2017
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