March 2013
Regional Today;03/19/2013, p1
The article reports that with other euro zone countries and international creditors imposing a levy on all deposits in the banks of Cyprus on March 16, 2013 as a condition for a 10 billion euros bailout for Cyprus, experts say that the tax looks set to hit Russian pockets hard.


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