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3 Mar 2011 By George Hay

The islandnation’s banks have recapitalised and can count on large deposits. But they’re so intertwined with Greece that they could be badly hurt if that country defaults. With banks’ liabilities about 650 pct of GDP, the government would struggle to deal with a major crisis.

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