As was reported a month ago HERE.
Two weeks after Greece’s leftwing Syriza party won power at the election in January, Panayotis Fotiades pulled his deposits from an Athens bank.
“I felt certain there’d be a confrontation before long with the troika [of bailout monitors],” said the 55-year-old .
Like other owners of small and medium-sized companies in Greece, Mr Fotiades feared a radical government would resort to capital controls if relations with the country’s creditors deteriorated sharply. Continue reading