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1. 2017-01-18 China's president makes case for globalization in Davos Davos, Switzerland
2. 2016-06-05 Switzerland 'rejects basic income', poll projections suggest Switzerland
2016-06-01 World's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens Gotthard tunnel, Switzerland
E. 2016-01-19 Davos: Chief executives ‘more pessimistic’ about growth Davos, Switzerland
F. 2015-09-25 Volkswagen models sale halted in Switzerland Switzerland
G. 2014-06-29 Central banks warned of 'false sense of security' Switzerland
H. 2014-05-19 Credit Suisse helped 'tax cheats' Switzerland
8. 2014-05-18 Swiss reject highest minimum wage Switzerland

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  Davos: Chief executives ‘more pessimistic’ about growth   Global chief executives are more pessimistic about growth than this time last year, according to a survey Volkswagen models sale halted in Switzerland  Switzerland has temporarily banned the sale of VW diesel-engine models which could have devices capable of tricking emission tests Central banks warned of 'false sense of security' Divorce reportedly costs Russian oligarch $4.5 billion. Geneva Credit Suisse helped 'tax cheats' Swiss reject highest minimum wage Credit Suisse 'aided' US tax evaders Swiss reject cap on bosses' pay Pink diamond fetches record price  Geneva: A diamond known as the Pink Star has sold for $83m at auction in Geneva - a record price for a gemstone No deal on Bangladesh garment disaster damages. Geneva Central banks told to halt support Swiss bank to close after US fine   Transocean agrees oil spill fine  Washington: Transocean, which owned the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, has agreed to a settlement with the US government UBS fined $1.5bn for Libor rigging UBS plans to cut up to 10,000 jobs Nestlé advances child labor battle plan   IMF issues austerity cuts warning   Inappropriate spending cuts could 'strangle' growth prospects, the head of the IMF has warned UBS boss quits over trader's loss UBS unauthorized trade loss now $2.3B   Swiss banking giant lost more than previously thought due to unauthorized trading, it announced Sunday, putting losses at $2.3 billion UBS: 'Unauthorized' trades cost us $2 B
  China's president makes case for globalization in Davos   Xi Jinping staunchly defended globalization on Tuesday – a stark contrast to Trump’s protectionist instincts   Switzerland 'rejects basic income', poll projections suggest  Projections from a referendum in Switzerland suggest voters have rejected a plan to introduce a guaranteed basic income for all World's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens Map of Gotthard tunnel Switzerland


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  The 57km (35-mile) twin-bore Gotthard base tunnel has officially opened in Switzerland, after almost two decades of construction work
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  Swiss banking giant UBS discovered that 'unauthorized trading by a trader in its investment bank' has cost it an estimated $2 billion



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  Gotthard Base Tunnel was completed when the last two meters of rock were drilled through


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Dec.16   Credit Suisse to pay $536m fine over Iran  Banking group has agreed to pay a $536m fine for violating US sanctions against Iran. Credit Suisse systematically hid the identity of its c... Mar.13   Switzerland eases banking secrecy
  The world's largest offshore financial centre has agreed to accept concessions on bank secrecy
Jan.27 Leaders gather for Davos summit   Global political leaders and business people are gathering for the annual World Economic Forum, which is due to start in the ski resort

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Jul.29 Global trade deal falls apart
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  Geneva: After coming tantalizingly close to a historic trade deal, WTO talks collapsed in a dismaying blow to 7 years of efforts to open up the global economy.    Talks to help liberalise global trade have collapsed after f...
Jul.20 Fresh push in global trade talks   Geneva: Negotiators from more than 30 countries will meet to inject fresh impetus into long-running efforts to agree a global trade deal Jan.25   Bill Gates new project: Farming  Microsoft billionaire announced a new direction as he pledged $306 million in grants to develop farming in poor countries

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Sep.12   UNCTAD: Palestinian economy in danger  The Palestinian economy is leading to a worsening this year of already high unemployment and poverty levels Jul.24   WTO global trade talks collapse
  Global free trade talks collapsed after 5 years of on-off haggling and resuming them could take years

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Nov.9   $1bn sought in world bird flu fight  The World Bank: up to $1 billion would be needed over the next 3 years to tackle the spread of the deadly virus

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Jul.31   World trade talks reach agreement
  WTO members have agreed a revised draft deal that to revive stalled talks on freeing up trade between rich and poor nations Jan.4 Swiss banned Red Sea crash firm


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Jan.23   Davos: Economy, Iraq top agenda
  Leaders at World Economic Forum are meeting amid heightened security and growing fears of war and economic retrenchment



    
    

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No deal on Bangladesh garment disaster damages. Geneva   Transocean agrees oil spill fine  Washington: Transocean, which owned the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, has agreed to a settlement with the US government   Switzerland 'rejects basic income', poll projections suggest  Projections from a referendum in Switzerland suggest voters have rejected a plan to introduce a guaranteed basic income for all Central banks warned of 'false sense of security' Credit Suisse helped 'tax cheats' Credit Suisse 'aided' US tax evaders Central banks told to halt support Swiss bank to close after US fine UBS fined $1.5bn for Libor rigging UBS plans to cut up to 10,000 jobs   IMF issues austerity cuts warning   Inappropriate spending cuts could 'strangle' growth prospects, the head of the IMF has warned UBS unauthorized trade loss now $2.3B   Swiss banking giant lost more than previously thought due to unauthorized trading, it announced Sunday, putting losses at $2.3 billion UBS: 'Unauthorized' trades cost us $2 B




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  Swiss banking giant UBS discovered that 'unauthorized trading by a trader in its investment bank' has cost it an estimated $2 billion
2010 Dec.6   Swiss bank freezes Wikileaks cash
  The Swiss post office's bank, PostFinance, has frozen the accounts of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange 2009 Dec.16   Credit Suisse to pay $536m fine over Iran  Banking group has agreed to pay a $536m fine for violating US sanctions against Iran. Credit Suisse systematically hid the identity of its c... Mar.13 Switzerland eases banking secrecy
  The world's largest offshore financial centre has agreed to accept concessions on bank secrecy
2005 Nov.9   $1bn sought in world bird flu fight  The World Bank: up to $1 billion would be needed over the next 3 years to tackle the spread of the deadly virus



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2004 Jan.4 Swiss banned Red Sea crash firm




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2012 Jun.29 Nestlé advances child labor battle plan
2008 Jan.25 Bill Gates new project: Farming  Microsoft billionaire announced a new direction as he pledged $306 million in grants to develop farming in poor countries



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2014 May.20 Divorce reportedly costs Russian oligarch $4.5 billion
. Geneva 2013 Nov.24 Swiss reject cap on bosses' pay 2011 Sep.24 UBS boss quits over trader's loss



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2016 Jun.1 World's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens
Map of Gotthard tunnel Switzerland
  The 57km (35-mile) twin-bore Gotthard base tunnel has officially opened in Switzerland, after almost two decades of construction work
2010 Oct.15 Swiss complete world's longest rail tunnel Map of Gotthard Base Tunnel Switzerland
  Gotthard Base Tunnel was completed when the last two meters of rock were drilled through




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2015 Sep.25 Volkswagen models sale halted in Switzerland  Switzerland has temporarily banned the sale of VW diesel-engine models which could have devices capable of tricking emission tests



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2008 Jul.29 Global trade deal falls apart
Map of GENEVA Switzerland
  Geneva: After coming tantalizingly close to a historic trade deal, WTO talks collapsed in a dismaying blow to 7 years of efforts to open up the global economy.    Talks to help liberalise global trade have collapsed after f...
Jul.20 Fresh push in global trade talks   Geneva: Negotiators from more than 30 countries will meet to inject fresh impetus into long-running efforts to agree a global trade deal 2006 Jul.24   WTO global trade talks collapse  Global free trade talks collapsed after 5 years of on-off haggling and resuming them could take years 2004 Jul.31   World trade talks reach agreement  WTO members have agreed a revised draft deal that to revive stalled talks on freeing up trade between rich and poor nations



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2017 Jan.18   China's president makes case for globalization in Davos   Xi Jinping staunchly defended globalization on Tuesday – a stark contrast to Trump’s protectionist instincts 2016 Jan.19   Davos: Chief executives ‘more pessimistic’ about growth   Global chief executives are more pessimistic about growth than this time last year, according to a survey 2014 May.18 Swiss reject highest minimum wage
2009 Jan.27 Leaders gather for Davos summit   Global political leaders and business people are gathering for the annual World Economic Forum, which is due to start in the ski resort 2006 Sep.12   UNCTAD: Palestinian economy in danger  The Palestinian economy is leading to a worsening this year of already high unemployment and poverty levels 2003 Jan.23 Davos: Economy, Iraq top agenda  Leaders at World Economic Forum are meeting amid heightened security and growing fears of war and economic retrenchment



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2013 Nov.13 Pink diamond fetches record price  Geneva: A diamond known as the Pink Star has sold for $83m at auction in Geneva - a record price for a gemstone