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Even after the recent financial recession, banks continue to be involved in risky schemes.
Financial services made up large portion of island's economy, and critics worry new measures will destroy trust.
Relations between Tokyo and Beijing remain tense over Japanese-controlled islands, as Chinese ships re-enter waters.
Minister announces full nationalisation of Bankia, country's fourth-largest lender, amid rising loan-default rates.
Restructuring plan aimed at reducing national debt by $140bn will see private investors take huge losses on their loans.
Greek official says biggest sovereign debt restructuring in history is "going well", opening way for $171bn bailout.
Bondholders have just hours to accept 50 per cent cut in value of holdings to save debt-stricken country from default.
Finance minister heads to Brussels for talks, with Greek leaders still split over cuts package after "hard day's night".
PM in negotiation with coalition leaders over unpopular measures to get new bailout package to avoid bankruptcy.
PM to resume talks with private creditors as the country awaits second tranche of IMF loan to avoid bankruptcy.
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