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Greek crisis: can the deal be banked?

The Greek crisis can revert to being just a big problem—for the time being

By George Magnus  

Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras appears to have salvaged his country's financial future ©AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)

Read more: how Greece became Europe’s fault line by George Magnus

The third bailout deal for Greece may yet turn out to be like the punishment meted out to Sisyphus, or it may yet collapse and end up with Greece leaving the eurozone. It has come as a shock to many that some sort of bailout phoenix has…

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