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27 March 2013
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The developing Cyprus bail-out package imposes significant losses on large depositors at the Laiki Bank and the Bank of Cyprus.
The package raises concerns at international law under a number of bilateral investment treaties to which Cyprus is party.
The control of capital movements is a new and concerning development in the Eurozone crisis and will need to be compatible with the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.
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