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Greece had a contingency plan in the event of being forced by creditors into a disorderly default, which included nationalisations and a corruption probe targeting German companies, a Greek newspaper reported Saturday.
Efimerida Ton Syntakton daily said the plan — alluded to by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in parliament on Friday — was designed “to raise the cost of rupture” for Greece’s creditors.
“In basketball terms, the government would apply ‘pressure defence’,” the daily said.
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