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29 June 2012 By Neil Unmack

The details are still vague. But if funds are used to provide cash directly to governments rather than buy bonds in the secondary market, there may be enough money to bail out Italy and Spain. But if the countries aren’t held to tough reform, it could be a bridge to default.

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