Feb. 15 - As the first round of Cyprus' presidential election takes place on Sunday, could the island trigger a new round in the euro zone crisis?
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Became an independent candidate -- -- yeah. -- -- -- For the options that are on the table to solve am. The Cyprus problem and could have an impact on advancement and the rest of the yours and so for example if you take -- tax restructuring or imposing losses on the backing to stem. And investors are likely to see that as options that policy makers can use in all the troubled countries and when you problems come up that. -- back risks -- market sentiment justice confidence of returning to the euros. -- center right party and secessionists he's my site he's the front runner he's must Itula. Be the -- coming off in the first round. If he comes up against that Communist Party candidate. Most of the ocean is going to be the conclusive winner in the second round. And that was -- -- to be perceived as opposed to Cyprus since. The center right candidate is the -- this is not an openly backs and she's behind him in the get together in the European people's party so there's anything that's light and -- margin until a solution so you have the Cyprus.
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