John Arghyrou, head of G4S Cyprus
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Cyprus security firm 'prepared for angry customers'

Security is tight in Cyprus as banks prepare to reopen nearly two weeks after closing while a controversial bailout was negotiated.

Customers will be limited to withdrawing 300 euros ($383; £253) a day, to prevent everyone fleeing with their savings.

The BBC's Tim Willcox asks the head of security firm G4S John Arghyrou what his expectations are.

  • 28 Mar 2013
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