BERLIN Nov 2 Germany is pleased that the capital hole of Greek banks is smaller than the 25 billion euros ($28 billion) earmarked to help them in the country's bailout programme, a Finance Ministry spokesman said on Monday.
"It is pleasing (...) that the capital requirement does not go beyond the 25 billion euros agreed," the spokesman told a regular government news conference.
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