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Catalyst that can bond Greece and eurozone
Sir, Your editorial “Tsipras takes Greece to the edge of the precipice” (June 29) concludes that it is hard to see how Greece can retreat from the edge.
Anti-austerity protests in Greece as bank shutdown bites  
In? Out? In between? A Greek legal riddle for EU  
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Some tourists have experienced empty ATMs and merchants refusing credit cards. The advice: Bring extra euros. Some tourists have experienced empty ATMs and merchants refusing credit cards in Greece.
TORONTO, June 29 Canada's main stock index lost more than 2 percent of its value on Monday, erasing all this year's modest gains, amid a global selloff as Greece veered toward a default on its debt.
Workers outside the Bank of England. Its chief economist believes an interest rate cut is conceivable. Photograph: David Levene/David Levene.
George Osborne has advised British tourists to take hundreds of euros in cash to Greece amid fears of cashpoints running dry, as he announced: “We hope for the best, but we are preparing for the worst.
More than half of households received more in benefits last year than they paid in taxes, the Office for National Statistics said yesterday.

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