Despite those strictures, the Cypriot authorities are bracing for as much as 10 percent of the 64 billion euros on deposit in the country’s banks to be pulled out on Thursday.
Experts predict a much bigger bank run whenever the controls are eventually lifted or eased further.
“If you don’t impose the controls, the money is going to fly,” said Mujtaba Rahman, a senior analyst at the Eurasia Group. “But when you remove those controls, clearly the money is going to leave anyway. So they’re in a Catch-22.”
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