ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece's central bank had billions of euros of banknotes shipped inside from different central banks to avert a bank run throughout the country's debt crisis because depositors withdrew their income, newspaper To Vima reported about Sunday. Fears the debt-laden nation would ditch the euro plus return to the drachma led Greeks to pull out billions of euros of savings inside the last 3 years, stashing their cash below mattresses or inside secure deposit boxes. "While various talked about a shortage of liquidity inside the economy, the cash circulating … …
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