Weekly Roundup: U.K.’s Cameron Calls for Suspension of Myanmar Sanctions, Swiss Court Denies Request for Credit Suisse Data, and More

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday that the European Union should suspend certain sanctions against Myanmar following democratic reforms made by the nation's President Thein Sein, the Guardian reported. The move, if taken by EU leaders, would follow the U.S. decision to lift a ban on investments earlier this month, after General Than Shwe ceded power to the civilian government. More Anticipating the eventual lifting of sanctions, financial institutions and other businesses are preparing for greater international exports of the Southeast Asian country's resources, Reuters reported. More The Swiss Federal Administrative Court ruled that Credit Suisse cannot send U.S....