Cyprus won't ask eurozone for more money: Diplomat

DUBLIN (AFP) - Cyprus will not ask euro-zone partners for more money as it battles to plug a 6 billion euro (S$9.7 billion) hole in its bailout package, during talks among the bloc's finance ministers in Dublin.

Nicosia wants "no extra money", a Cypriot official told AFP, but was instead seeking help from a European Commission task force to lessen the burden of measures agreed in exchange for loans.

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