Klaus Regling, head of the European Financial Stability Facility, told German newspaper Handelsblatt that he senses banks are encouraging speculation that Greece will be forced to restructure debt in hopes of earning fees. "In the 1980s and 1990s, banks cashed in very high fees for the restructuring of sovereign debt in Latin America and Asia," Regling said. "They would like to do that again in Europe."

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