LONDON, June 16 (Reuters) - The euro zone's body for dealing with failing banks said on Tuesday it was in close contact with Greek regulators as the country's banks face tough times.
"Greek banks are living in a challenging economic environment,", Elke Koenig, chairman of the Single Resolution Board (RRB), told the European Parliament.
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