ATHENS — As Greece wrangles over a debt deal to stay in the eurozone, people are rushing to grocery stores to buy needed milk, spaghetti and toilet paper with whatever cash they can muster.
Greece's banks remain closed for the week, and people continued to line up at cash machines to take out the maximum allowed each day — $67 — to avoid a run on the banks.
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