Switzerland

Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Swiss Green Party President Regula Rytz (C) reacts with party members upon the announcement of the first results during the general election on October 20, 2019 in Switzerland's capital Bern.
"It is not a green wave; it is a tsunami, a hurricane."
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Factory farms like this one in Canada could be banned in Switzerland.
On September 16, the campaign submitted more than enough signatures for the...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
While the wealth of billionaires increased by $900 billion last year, or $2.5...

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Annals In Sneaky Ca pitalism: When is a burger "intellectual pro perty?" When you file its brand fee in a low-tax country to avoid paying higher U.S. taxes on it. Welcome to the machinations of Burger King, McDonalds, Subway and others - with special tricks by Starbucks in the U.K. - wherein fast food chains pay tax rates as low as 2% in Switzerland. One more reason to eat local, from Reuters.