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ELA Confidential

27 September 2011 By George Hay

As the country nears default, deposits are flowing out of Greek banks again. Worse, collapsing government bond prices are making it harder to borrow from the ECB. That leaves lenders dependent on the Greek central bank – increasing the strain on struggling domestic finances.

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