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England, Portugal, Netherlands, and Switzerland In The Nations League Finals: What You Need To Know Forbes
Portugal’s forward Cristiano Ronaldo looks on during a training session for the UEFA Nations League Finals in Porto and Guimaraes, north Portugal, from June 5 to 9. (Photo by Pedro Fiúza/NurPhoto via Getty Images) There was more than the usual amount of skepticism when UFA announced the Nations League tournament. Billboarded as a way to provide a structured competition instead of a seemingly endless array of friendlies, the group stage did deliver drama and more than a few surprises. The tournament format is unique in pre-seeding the countries into Leagues A, B, C, and D. Groups of three we…
Switzerland: Growth surprises on the upside | Snap ING Think
Swiss GDP growth continues to surprise quarter after quarter. This time, the surprise is positive: GDP rose by 0.6% QoQ in 1Q19, above the consensus …
Cristiano Ronaldo shows off his flair as Portugal prepare for Nations League semi-final clash with Switzerland Daily Mail
Cristiano Ronaldo was back in action as Portugal stepped up their preparations for their Nations League campaign. The Serie A attacker was showing off his flair in training as he was pictured demonstrating a piece of skill. Reported Manchester United and Manchester City target Joao Felix was also in action as well as Wolves’ Ruben Neves. Fernando Santos’ side face Switzerland on June 5 in the semi-finals at Porto’s stadium Estadio do Dragao. The Juventus forward is set to feature heavily in the final stages of the tournament after being rested during the group stages. Ronaldo returned to hi…
Swiss men have among the lowest sperm counts in Europe: Scientists warn semen is in a ‘critical state’ which could damage fertility and raise cancer risk Daily Mail
Men in Switzerland have one of the lowest sperm counts in Europe, according to researchers. Scientists said Swiss men’s sperm quality was in a ‘critical state’ and it could be an indicator of worse fertility or even testicular cancer risk in the future. Some 60 per cent of men in the study had a problem with their sperm, either having too few of them, poor motility or abnormally formed cells. Sperm counts across the Western world have been falling for years and some experts suggest modern lifestyles are damaging men’s fertility. Researchers at the University of Geneva tested sperm samples f…
Meo maintains lead on Portugal mobile market, Nos increases share Telecompaper
Meo was still the provider with the highest share of active mobile users in Portugal at the end of 2018, at 42.7 percent, followed by Vodafone (30.2%) and Nos …
Switzerland says giving new dads more than one day off is too expensive Quartz
The Swiss government last week rejected two campaigns aimed at modestly increasing paid time off for men who become parents because, it said, introducing statutory paternity leave would be too expensive. Fathers in Switzerland will therefore continue to be bound by the country’s current norms: one day off when their partner gives birth. The first paternity leave proposal, launched in 2017 by a coalition of business organizations, asked for four weeks of partially-paid time off for new dads. (Swiss mothers get 14 weeks of leave at 80% of their salary.) The second campaign, this time from wit…
Portugal sees Brazilian student boom, with more than 12,000 in higher ed The PIE News
A growing interest in studying abroad, ease of obtaining a visa and the absence of a language barrier have led to a boom of Brazilian students in Portuguese …
Confirmed: Secretive Bilderberg Meeting to be held in Switzerland from May 30th The Local Switzerland
The 2019 edition of the exclusive Bilderberg Meeting will take place at the Hotel Montreux Palace in the Swiss town of Montreux from Thursday to Sunday.
Portugal’s lonely populists POLITICO.eu
The far right is making little headway ahead of the EU election.
Swiss bank accounts: Names of industrialists Sanjay Dalmia, DK Himatsingka, dozen others revealed in Switzerland’s Federal Gazette Firstpost
New Delhi: Industrialist Sanjay Dalmia, Dinesh Kumar Himatsingka, Executive Chairman of Bangalore-based Himatsingka group, are among about a dozen Indians with Swiss bank accounts whose names have been made public in Switzerland’s Federal Gazette with regard to the ongoing probe into offshore accounts by the Income Tax authorities. The names of Dinesh Kumar Himatsingka’s brother Ajoy Kumar Himatsingka, Renu Tharani, Rakesh Kathiota, Pankaj Kumar Saraogi, Nalini Bhaskaran have also been made public after their details were sought by the Indian authorities. Email queries to Sanjay Dalmia’s of…