* Companies prepare for civil unrest and switch to drachma * Cut Greek debts, slow investments and credit worthiness checked * Worries Greek problems may spread to other eurozone areas By David Jones LONDON, May 28 (Reuters) - British electrical retailer Dixons has spent the last few weeks stockpiling security shutters to protect its nearly 100 stores across Greece in case of riot. The planning, says Dixons chief Sebastian James, may look alarmist but it's good to be prepared. Company ...
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