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August 17, 2009
Money is counted at the goverment's central bank in San Marino August 12, 2009. San Marino has seen medieval...
San Marino, San Marino
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Money is counted at the goverment's central bank in San Marino August 12, 2009. San Marino has seen medieval intrigue and papal army invasions in its 1,708-year history, but a modern-day banking scandal and blitz on tax havens risks bringing the world's oldest republic to its knees. From its hilltop perch near Italy's Adriatic coast, the offshore banking centre just a third of the size of Washington D.C. is battling a concatenation of crises -- capped by a money-laundering scandal at its largest bank -- that has forced a frantic rethink of its financial model. Picture taken August 12, 2009. To match feature SANMARINO REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (SAN MARINO BUSINESS POLITICS)
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