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Banks Reopen in Greece After 3-Week Shutdown

Banks Reopen in Greece After 3-Week Shutdown
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Greek banks reopened today after a shutdown lasting three weeks imposed by the government to avert a crash in the banking system over the country\'s debt crisis.

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Greek banks reopened today after a shutdown lasting three weeks imposed by the government to avert a crash in the banking system over the country's debt crisis.


However, capital controls in force since June 29 remain in place, although a daily cash withdrawal limit of 60 euros ($65.03) has now been relaxed to a weekly restriction of 420 euros.
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