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Paper cut

11 Jul 2012 By Neil Unmack, Fiona Maharg-Bravo

The euro zone may make Spain follow Ireland and impose losses on junior creditors of bailed-out banks, including retail clients. With 47 bln euros of debt affected, that would be deeply unpopular. But it’s necessary. And Madrid could be gentler than Dublin on its savers.

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