Report: Money laundering fears may hamper Cyprus aid

By REUTERS
November 4, 2012 18:43

 
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BERLIN - Cyprus's request for a bailout has created a political headache for German Chancellor Angela Merkel on concerns wealthy Russians could be the chief beneficiaries, the weekly magazine Der Spiegel said on Sunday, citing an intelligence agency report.

Cyprus is in talks with international lenders on the terms of a bailout expected to total 10 billion euros after its two largest banks incurred huge losses due to the Greek debt writedown earlier this year.

The scale of the aid is tiny compared to Greece and other struggling euro zone countries.

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