Under the terms of the bailout deal, the country' second largest bank, Laiki, is to be split up, with its nonperforming loans and toxic assets going into a "bad bank." The healthy side will be absorbed into the Bank of Cyprus.Big Laiki depositors could lose as much as 80 percent of their money.
Cyprus Gains More Time To Achieve Surplus
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