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Interview: SCCC president calls for strengthening Sino-Swiss trade, cultural ties

People Daily 07 Jul 2022
MONTREUX, Switzerland, July 6 (Xinhua) -- Beyond the reestablishment of business ties in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, building cultural bridges between Switzerland and China is as important as ever, according to Felix Sutter, president of the Swiss-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (SCCC) ... The economy is certainly important to make money.
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American Airlines Pilots Get Triple Pay for Trips Dropped in Scheduling Glitch

NBC Bay Area 07 Jul 2022
American Airlines pilots will get triple pay to fly thousands of trips dropped in scheduling glitch.American and the pilots’ union also agreed to double pay for peak holiday flights ... Pilots will also get double pay for peak holiday periods ... Stay informed about local news and weather ... Money Report ... Switzerland Surprised Markets With a Rate Hike ... .
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Profit from FIFA World Cup group bets

Bitedge 07 Jul 2022
Group A – Netherlands, Senegal, Ecuador, QatarGroup B – England, USA, Wales, IranGroup C – Argentina, Poland, Mexico, Saudi ArabiaGroup G – Brazil, Switzerland, Serbia, Cameroon ... Serbia and Switzerland could easily finish equal on points, which suggests value in the higher than even money odds on Serbia to qualify.
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SCCC president calls for strengthening Sino-Swiss trade, cultural ties

Beijing News 06 Jul 2022
Bilateral relations between Switzerland and the People's Republic of China date back to 1950 and have since steadily intensified ... Sutter has been head of the SCCC since 2015 and a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Switzerland for 19 years ... The economy is certainly important to make money. We all want to make money.
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With Tamils dying in Swiss detention, protestors call for an end to cruel policy

Tamil Guardian 06 Jul 2022
Dozens of protestors gathered outside of a deportation prison Bässlergut last month shouting slogans and carrying placards that denounced Switzerland’s deportation of Tamils ... On February 15, 2022, Nesurasa Rasanayagam died in Switzerland’s Gampelen camp ... Despite their requests, his body was cremated in Switzerland.
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Prize money for FIS World Cup events set to increase by 10 per cent

Inside The Games 06 Jul 2022
Prize money is set to ... In the 2021-2022 season Switzerland's Marco Odermatt and Petra Vlhová of Slovakia topped the prize money standings in the men's and women's divisions with CHF565,445 (£488,000/$582,000/€570,000) and CHF408,332 (£352,000/$420,000/€412,000), respectively.
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Ukraine lays out $750 bil. 'recovery plan' for postwar future

Korea Times 05 Jul 2022
It said Switzerland has been over the years a "popular refuge'' for Russian business magnates to park their assets ... The Swiss Bankers Association has estimated that the assets of Russian clients deposited in Switzerland's banks total 150-200 billion Swiss francs (about $155-$210 billion), making the country a key repository of Russian money abroad.
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Top NGO calls Switzerland 'safe haven' for Russian oligarchs

Ravalli Republic 04 Jul 2022
It said Switzerland has been over the years a “popular refuge” for Russian business magnates to park their assets ... The Swiss Bankers Association has estimated that the assets of Russian clients deposited in Switzerland’s banks total 150-200 billion Swiss francs (about $155-$210 billion), making the country a key repository of Russian money abroad.
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Ukraine lays out $750B 'recovery plan' for postwar future

Ravalli Republic 04 Jul 2022
It said Switzerland has been over the years a “popular refuge” for Russian business magnates to park their assets ... The Swiss Bankers Association has estimated that the assets of Russian clients deposited in Switzerland’s banks total 150-200 billion Swiss francs (about $155-$210 billion), making the country a key repository of Russian money abroad.
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Top NGO calls Switzerland ‘safe haven’ for Russian oligarchs

Metro USA 04 Jul 2022
It said Switzerland has been over the years a “popular refuge” for Russian business magnates to park their assets ... The Swiss Bankers Association has estimated that the assets of Russian clients deposited in Switzerland’s banks total 150-200 billion Swiss francs (about $155-$210 billion), making the country a key repository of Russian money abroad.
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Ukraine Lays Out $750B ‘Recovery Plan’ for Postwar Future

Hamodia 04 Jul 2022
It said Switzerland has been over the years a “popular refuge” for Russian business magnates to park their assets ... The Swiss Bankers Association has estimated that the assets of Russian clients deposited in Switzerland’s banks total 150-200 billion Swiss francs (about $155-$210 billion), making the country a key repository of Russian money abroad.
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Dior does folklore in Ukraine-themed Paris couture

The Associated Press 04 Jul 2022
It said Switzerland has been over the years a “popular refuge” for Russian business magnates to park their assets ... The Swiss Bankers Association has estimated that the assets of Russian clients deposited in Switzerland’s banks total 150-200 billion Swiss francs (about $155-$210 billion), making the country a key repository of Russian money abroad.
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Ukraine lays out $750B 'recovery plan' for postwar future (Business)

Castanet 04 Jul 2022
The Swiss Bankers Association has estimated that the assets of Russian clients deposited in Switzerland’s banks total 150-200 billion Swiss francs (about $155-$210 billion), making the country a key repository of Russian money abroad. Switzerland, which is not a member of the EU, has largely joined the bloc’s sanctions against Russia.
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Ukraine lays out $750 billion ‘recovery plan’ for postwar future

Khaleejtimes 04 Jul 2022
It said Switzerland has been over the years a “popular refuge” for Russian business magnates to park their assets ... The Swiss Bankers Association has estimated that the assets of Russian clients deposited in Switzerland’s banks total 150-200 billion Swiss francs (about $155-$210 billion), making the country a key repository of Russian money abroad.
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Scale of Ukraine's reconstruction costs revealed

Russia Today 04 Jul 2022
She will be presenting the EU-led bid to raise money from potential donors like G7 members, multilateral organizations, Switzerland and Norway, the sources told Bloomberg, adding that the EU will probably borrow to cover the expenses, similar to how it raised funds for the response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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