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Switzerland’s largest federal court told the nation’s tax authority not to disclose data about the bank account of a client of Julius Baer Group Ltd. to the U.S., after the Internal Revenue Service made an invalid request.
An Egyptian appeals court’s decision to refer a case over Cemex SAB’s ownership of Assiut Cement Co. to an administrative court is “a step in the right direction,” a spokesman for the Mexican company said.
German stocks advanced for a third day, erasing losses in the final minutes of trading, as shares of utilities rallied and investors weighed data that showed U.S. retail sales increased for the ninth consecutive month.
A Thai court will decide today whether 76 industrial projects halted last year because of pollution and licensing concerns can restart, a ruling that may resolve uncertainties over the nation’s investment regulations.
Switzerland’s administrative court ruled an agreement with the U.S. to transfer data on as many as 4,450 UBS AG accounts is “binding” and rejected one client’s appeal to block the sending of her account information.
Turkey’s lira tumbled to a record and stocks dropped as foreign investors dumped the nation’s debt on concern the showdown between the government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the judiciary will worsen.