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Cyprus unlikely to be source of financial instability

While Cyprus’s strong ties to Russia make it is vulnerable to recession, the country’s public finances and banking sector are in better shape than they were before the crisis which took place a decade ago. And any problems in Cyprus are very unlikely to cause instability in the rest of the euro-zone economy.

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