Cyprus Rejects Tax On Bank Deposits Sought By Eurozone

March 2013
Investors Business Daily;3/20/2013, pA01
Cypriot lawmakers rejected a proposed bank deposit tax Tuesday, hoping for easier bailout terms, but an eventual deal likely won't change much, analysts said.


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