France, Switzerland Banks Lent Most to Greek Borrowers

France and Switzerland have more exposure to Greek debt than any other countries in the world, and more than twice as much as Germany – perhaps adding fuel to the hesitance of the Germans to help bail out the troubled country. France and Switzerland have $79 billion each of exposure to Greece, according to American-sourced data from the Bank for International Settlements analyzed by the Swiss bank UBS. Germany’s exposure is $43 billion. – Guardian

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