Credit Suisse cuts forecast on Swiss growth in 20172017-09-20
GENEVA, Sept.19(Xinhua)--Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse revised down its forecast of Switzerland's GDP growth for 2017 to 1.0 percent from 1.5 percent, while leaving unchanged its forecast for 2018 at 1.7 percent.
Germany's internet speed lagging behind internationally2017-09-20
Complaints from companies and households about slow internet connections are piling up in Germany as the country struggles to make the transition to a glass fiber infrastructure.
Ukrainian president says Ukraine's Eurobond sale shows reforms successful2017-09-20
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Tuesday praised his country's recent Eurobond sale worth 3 billion U.S. dollars, saying it indicated the success of reforms.
Unusual opening of Dutch parliamentary year without new government2017-09-20
The traditional opening of the parliamentary year in the Netherlands was in some way business as usual on Tuesday in The Hague, but also different because Dutch King Willem-Alexander issued a message from an outgoing government.
Macron sees new setback in popularity: survey2017-09-20
French President Emmanuel Macron's approval ratings were hit by fresh decline as more French people regarded him as "a bad president", a poll showed on Tuesday.
Merkel most likely to stay after German federal election: polls2017-09-20
Five days before the German federal election, no potential alternative is seen for either Chancellor Merkel or the continuation of the current German government.
Fipronil-tainted eggs found in Bulgaria2017-09-20
A batch of 215000 fipronil-tainted eggs has been found in a warehouse and in shops in Plovdiv, the second largest city in Bulgaria, an official said Tuesday.
Finland enhances high-end academic teaching in economics2017-09-20
A new top economic research center will be established in Helsinki, as Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila announced on Tuesday the launch of the new Graduate School of Economics (GSE).
Finnish economy to grow 2.9 percent in 2017: think tank2017-09-20
The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy(ETLA)upgraded on Tuesday the Finnish economic growth outlook in 2017 to 2.9 percent.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund hits $1 trillion in value2017-09-20
Norway's sovereign wealth fund on Tuesday hits 1 trillion U.S. dollars in value for the first time, the fund said in a statement.
Failure to curb web terrorism contributes to security loopholes in Britain2017-09-20
Britain has suffered five terrorist attacks over the past six months. As British police are investigating into the latest terrorist explosion at a subway station in west London four days ago, a report published Tuesday gave some clues to a high frequency of terrorist attacks in the United Kingdom.
Russia accuses U.S., opposition of hampering Syrian gov't troops' advance2017-09-20
The Russian Defense Ministry on Tuesday accused theUnited Statesand theSyrian opposition of trying to hamper the successful advance of the Syrian government troops against Islamic State (IS) terrorists.
Probes going on in London over subway blast2017-09-19
British police questioned two suspects on Monday -- an 18-year-oldIraqi refugee who is believed to have planted a homemade explosive device on a packed rush-hour subway carriage in west London on Friday, and a 21-year-old fromSyria, who is named by police as Yahyah Farroukh.
Four people killed in car accident in southern Slovakia2017-09-18
Four people were killed in a traffic crash involving a passenger car and a Polish bus near Sahy in the Southern Slovakia on Sunday.
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