Greece Sets Terms for Aiding $15.9 Billion Bank RecapBy
Banks face skeptical investors in quest for fresh capital
Lenders need to raise funds following economic debacle
Greece’s government detailed under what terms it will help banks plug a 14.4 billion-euro ($15.9 billion) hole in their books identified by the European Central Bank, paving the way for the lenders to seek cash from investors for the second time in 18 months.
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