On June 3, 2022, the Swiss Federal Council took a decision on the matter of allowing Swiss war materiel to be transferred by third countries to Ukraine, and on the … More Ukraine: Swiss Federal Council takes decision on various war materiel transactions
Consumer prices (CPI) in the OECD rose by 9.2 % year-on-year in April 2022, compared with 8.8 % in March 2022. Excluding food and energy, year-on-year inflation increased … More Inflation in the OECD rises to 9.2% in April 2022 as food and services prices accelerate
Analysis comprising product-specific emissions from cradle to gate Market comparison reveals good position for a range of intermediates BASF has calculated the individual product carbon footprints (PCF) of a … More BASF offers range of chemical intermediates with product carbon footprint significantly below global market average
By guest author Tom Ritchie from the Raconteur People want to split their working lives between home and HQ – and most employers seem happy to accommodate them. But there’s … More Will workplace flexibility be a casualty of the cost-of-living crisis?
The Swiss nominal wage index fell by 0.2 % on average in 2021 compared with 2020. It settled at 99.8 points (base 2020 = 100). Given an average annual … More Swiss Decrease of 0.2 % in nominal wages in 2021 and of 0.8 % in real wages
On June 7, 2022 in Bern, Federal Councillor received the leaders of Swiss banks, asset managers and financial sector associations for a roundtable on sustainable finance. The meeting focused … More Swiss Federal Councillor Ueli Maurer with financial sector at roundtable on sustainable finance