Struggles to implement a foreclosures bill and the associated suspension of the Cypriot bailout highlight that exit risks are not confined to Greece. Admittedly, the risk of a near-term “Cyxit” is relatively low. But if Greece abandons the euro, Cyprus may ultimately be first to follow.
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