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Swiss banks look set for new job cuts this year, despite ever-rosier figures, amid rising regulatory pressure and a United States clampdown on tax-dodgers, consultants EY said Thursday.In a study on the 2014 outlook for the country's banking sector, EY underlined the tough environment for what is a cornerstone of the Swiss economy.EY polled 120 banks in December, except for giants UBS and Credit Suisse.Swiss banks had until Dec. 31 to decide whether to take part in a U.S. come-clean program that would settle past wrongdoing.
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