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Bank of Cyprus hasn’t really survived the firestorm. Cyprus’s €10-billion ($13.1-billion) bailout, signed off in Brussels in the early hours of March 25, may have spared the country’s largest lender from the aggressive dismembering inflicted on smaller rival Laiki. But that just resets the clock on the next Cypriot bank bailout.

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