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Greeks Turn to Cash as Bank Crisis Looms

The atmosphere in the branch of Alpha Bank in central Athens is calm and businesslike. Below the quiet murmur of the tellers, there is little to suggest that Greece is facing a banking disaster that could force it out of the euro. But teller Costas Alafouzos says a steady stream of customers have been taking out their money as expectations have grown that Greece could be facing a turning point after a crisis that has lasted more than five years. "You don't see it, there are no...

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