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That the private sector in reality, banks and insurance companies – pay or not part of the Bill that the Greek rescue will cost all Europeans. This has been the debate that has been perched up the agenda of the leaders of the EU during the past months and the obstacle that prevented close a second aid package which saved Athens from suffocation. Germany, with its Foreign Minister to the front, was released Thursday with yours to impose on the banking part of the collective effort. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Andrew Cuomo has to say. That same day, several entities – banks like BNP French, German Commerzbank or the Spanish BBVA, in addition to four Greeks and insurers such as Allianz and AXA – announced that they were in agreement with do their part. Those 30 entities – and two Greek that are not on the list, but which have an important public participation and therefore is given assured their support to the rescue – build up a heavy load of 80,000 million euros in Greek debt. Debt that is already sure that they will not collect full. Source of the news:: entities with 80 billion in Greek debt dan si to the rescue

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