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Articles from Swiss News (August 1, 2007)

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110 stories and counting. Krienke, Mary 298
25 years of Swiss News: 1983. 97
25 years of Swiss News: 1992. 91
25 years of Swiss news: 1997. 95
25 years of Swiss News: 2000. 98
25th Anniversary special. 1652
A new improved Ana. Blake, Chris Interview 1512
Armistead Maupin: Michael Tolliver Lives. 89
Can't shelter the economy forever: KOF: a boom in private consumption will power the economy for the next two years-but to ensure its long-term growth, Switzerland must make some changes, says the Swiss Economic Institute KOF. But just how reliable are economic forecasts like this one? Swiss News spoke to KOF president Professor Jan-Egbert Sturm about the Swiss economy and its barometers. Heddema, Renske 946
Club news. 946
Disability insurance still needs help: critics. 145
Eau de Geneve: the name on the bottle may belong to a French fashion designer, an American rapper, an English football star or an international jet setter ... but it's highly likely that the fragrance inside can be traced to Geneva. Here, a look at what happens when chemistry meets artistry. Krienke, Mary 1698
Editing is a 'mixed bag'. Sethi, Aradhna 228
EU influx spurs growth and rate jump. 158
From the editors. Meen, Liz; Clinton, Kati 271
From the President. Calmy-Rey, Micheline 294
George Hagen: Tom Bedlam. 92
Going out this month: the Swiss guide to food and drink. Directory 577
Is Swiss democracy 'over the top'? Since 2001, Switzerland has had a national think tank in Avenir Suisse. Initially considered the voice of the Swiss multinationals, Avenir Suisse has faced fierce opposition. Director Thomas Held talks to Swiss News about strategies of change--for Switzerland and for Avenir Suisse. Heddema, Renske 1206
Island on a continent. De Faoite, Diarmuid 580
Kitesurf World Cup and Windsurf Tour. 1028
Laughing with Paul Bilton ... Paul Bilton, author of Laughing Along with the Swiss, The Xenophobes Guide to the Swiss and many newspaper and magazine articles, looks back 25 years--the anniversary of his first encounter with Switzerland. Bilton, Paul 573
Longest tunnel opens. 90
Looking back ... Blake Chris 888
Millennium celebration: the last weekend in August, the well-preserved medieval town of Stein am Rhein will celebrate its 1,000 year anniversary! You are invited to join the celebration. 238
National Day Celebration in Geneva. 827
Obwalden: a low-tax strategy is put to the test: on June 1, 2007, the Swiss Federal Court decided that Obwalden's taxation system was out of line with its constitution and annulled two articles of the law with immediate effect. The Obwalden government reacted swiftly and introduced the first flat-rate system ever known in Switzerland. The initial success has been notable. Hackbarth, Knut 905
Reporting for Swiss News. Brunjes, Justin 247
Setting sail. 124
Something old, something new: what do army knives, chocolates, and tourist souvenirs say about Switzerland then and now? Mangold-Vine, Gail 1322
Street Artist's Festival. 881
Structured products: structured products are investments that combine bonds and equities with derivatives--instruments whose value is derived from futures and options to buy, rather than from a physical asset. Donnellon, Brien 1403
Swiss temperatures rise at twice the average. 231
The big Swiss buy-in. 109
The most valuable Swiss commodity--water: climate change forecasts predict a seven per cent loss in water flowing from the Alps by the year 2050. Despite this, water remains one of Switzerland's most valuable natural resources. Swiss News takes a look at the privileges and responsibilities that this resource brings. Brunjes, Justin 1431
UBS leads in private banking. 187
Woody Allen: Mere Anarchy. 101

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