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Bank Havens Seek Distance From Crisis

By Matthew Dalton and Tom Fairless*   The risks posed by hosting a large financial industry became a flash point on Wednesday as the Cyprus bailout trained the spotlight on other small euro nations that depend on the sector for jobs and economic growth. The issue has become a sore spot mainly for Luxembourg and Malta after the debate over Cyprus prompted European ministers and politicians to question the viability of housing a large financial center in a small country. Cyprus's bailout requires the country to shrink its large financial-services industry to the euro-zone average, setting an unwelcome precedent for nations whose economic models are based on financial services. The decision to impose losses on Cypriot bank deposits as part of the bailout has also...
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