Cypriot officials said the deal would mean the country would shift its focus away from being an international center of financial services. That is expected to cost jobs, adding to the unemployment rate which now stands at around 14 percent.The country's foreign minister said his country almost left the eurozone during last week's bailout talks.
Cyprus: Cash, Security Control For Banks Reopening
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