A group of Swiss lawmakers has moved forward a proposal to allow countries to give Swiss-made weapons to Ukraine, in a move that would soften Switzerland's centuries-old policy of neutrality toward foreign conflicts.
Electric cars may not be terribly useful in the midst of an energy crisis. While almost 6 million of these are on the road, drivers had better hope that the Tesla charging in their driveway isn't the only vehicle they own.
Credit Suisse faced investors running away with $88 billion from the beginning of October, anticipating that losses would hit $1.6 billion for the final three months of this year, with financial concerns underlined despite restructuring efforts after
The current political and inflation issues have also hit Switzerland. The Swiss national bank has now made a total loss of 142.4 billion Francs these are shocking numbers for the Swiss national bank as it marks the biggest loss in 115 years!
As Switzerland takes drastic measures to reduce its gas use this winter - including fines and up to three years in prison for citizens who violate new regulations, a viral poster circulating on Swiss social media telling citizens to rat out neighbors
For the first time ever, Switzerland is imposing nationwide restrictions on energy use amid the crisis in Ukraine. Violators, we are told, face fines and even prison time, depending on the type of offense.
Switzerland's historic neutrality is no longer: moments ago Reuters reported that the Swiss government had joined the EU in adopting sanctions on Russia, freezing assets of targeted companies and people effective immediately.
75 Swiss francs is all that it cost for one savvy Swiss individual to exploit a loophole in Swiss retirement regulations to retire one year earlier and receive even more lavish benefits than he would have received had he remained a male on paper.
After an Israeli man reportedly died just 2 hours after receiving his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, authorities in the Swiss Canton of Lucerne said on Wednesday that one of the first people in the country to receive the vaccine has died
Warning that Switzerland's intensive care units (ICUs) are nearing full capacity, Swiss physicians urged people who are vulnerable to contracting COVID-19 to sign end-of-life "Do Not Resuscitate" (DNR) orders in an effort to ease the pressure o