Federal finance minister announces resignation

Federal finance minister announces resignation

Swiss Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf announced on Wednesday that she would quit after seven years in government, vacating a seat coveted by the populist right party that swept parliamentary polls earlier this month.

National ban sought for late-night booze shops

National ban sought for late-night booze shops

Minister urges tax hikes for Italian frontaliers

Minister urges tax hikes for Italian frontaliers

US and Swiss attorney generals talk tax evasion

US and Swiss attorney generals talk tax evasion

Luxembourg urges fight to guard banking centres

Luxembourg urges fight to guard banking centres

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First bus crash survivors back in Belgium

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Swiss officials sidestep procurement law: report

MPs vote in Widmer-Schlumpf as president

MPs vote in Widmer-Schlumpf as president

Swiss president wants ‘clean’ finances

Swiss president wants ‘clean’ finances

Force banks to make tax checks: finance minister

Force banks to make tax checks: finance minister

Swiss to go after domestic tax cheats

Swiss to go after domestic tax cheats

Swiss president to visit coach crash site: official

Swiss president to visit coach crash site: official

Nine Dutch children were in coach crash: ministry

Nine Dutch children were in coach crash: ministry

Belgium declares day of mourning after crash

Belgium declares day of mourning after crash

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Agony for parents after Swiss crash tragedy

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Rescuers recount ‘war scene’ at bus crash site

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Relatives identifying crash victims: police

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Swiss press question safety of crash tunnel

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Driver ‘wanted to play DVD’ just before crash

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British boy among Swiss bus crash victims

Swiss crash driver not unwell: prosecutor

Swiss crash driver not unwell: prosecutor

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Teacher gave driver DVD before crash: survivor