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Cyprus / Financial Crisis #1046949

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 18, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Sue Herera) The financial crisis in Cyprus after word spread of the government’s plan to take money from personal bank accounts to help pay for the European bailout examined; scenes shown of people at cash machines before the money ran out, protests in the streets. [Several PEOPLE – react.] [IMF managing director Christine LAGARDE†- says we want something that lasts and will be sustainable.] [European Commission spokesman Simon O’CONNOR†- says we support the efforts of President Nicos Anastasiades†† and the Cypriot people to bring financial stability to Cyprus.] [ETX Capital Ishaq SIDDIQI†- wonders if this will be seen across the whole Eurozone.]

Williams, Brian;
Herera, Sue

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