The European Commission may still have on the menu the state of play of the bloc’s relations with Switzerland, however, no decisions should be expected, the Commission's deputy spokeswoman Natasha Bertaud said on Monday.
The EU has to decide whether the two sides have made enough progress on a stalled draft treaty to head-off punitive measures on Swiss bourses that are set to start at the end of June.
Just during last week, the Swiss government asked for clarifications from Brussels on sev...
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