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BREAKING NEWS: Swatch Group cancels 2020 launches in Switzerland over coronavirus...

Corporate statement says Time to Move event, scheduled for first week of March, has been scratched over concerns relating to Chinese outbreak.

Swatch Group sales fall as coronavirus, Hong Kong protests and smartwatches...

With over half of its sales going to Chinese customers, the group is more exposed than rivals to threats in China and Hong Kong.

UPDATED: 2020’s calendar for launches from the major watchmaking groups is...

Swatch Group gets thrifty, LVMH splurges, Rolex and Patek stick with Baselworld, Richemont returns to Watches & Wonders, while Breitling and Audemars Piguet go their own way.

Swatch Group CEO appeals for right to keep supplying ETA movements...

Nick Hayek says he will limit supply to 400,000 units per year, ensuring that the movement market remains efficient and competitive.

Swatch Group’s statement attacking Swiss Competition Commission’s decision in full

Statement reveals the fury of Swatch Group at COMCO's decision to further limit sales of ETA movements from 2020.

Swatch Group comes out swinging against Competition Commission blocking ETA sales...

“It is absurd and unacceptable, given the new situation, that COMCO is now completely prohibiting ETA from supplying its customers with movements," Swatch Group asserts.

Ban on Swatch Group selling ETA movements comes a step closer

Last week the Swiss Competition Commission (Weka) announced that it is preparing to ban Swatch Group from selling ETA movements to third parties in 2020.

CORDER’S COLUMN: Swatch Group and Calvin Klein’s divorce should surprise nobody

The remarkable thing is that the two companies had managed to rub along together for so long.

Swatch Group exits fashion watch market

Swatch Group has decided to let the watch and jewellery licensing agreement with Calvin Klein end at its date of expiration, citing "recent turbulence".

Over half of global Swatch Group sales are to Chinese customers,...

Europeans account for just 14% of global sales and North Americans a mere 9%, according to RBC Capital Markets.