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Switzerland Market Opportunities

The 2020 coronavirus brought Switzerland its worst economic downturn since the oil crisis of 1975. GDP fell by 3% overall to a still respectable $72,330 per capita. Economic development resembled a ride on a roller coaster: while in the 1st half of the year there was the historically deepest fall in GDP (-8.9%), in the… Read More »

Switzerland Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry Distribution and sales… Read More »

What to See in Geneva (Switzerland)

According to ITYPEJOB, Geneva is the second largest city in Switzerland after Zurich with a population of about 175 thousand people. Geneva is the name of the Celtic settlement of the Allobrogei tribe. The first mention of it was found in Julius Caesar, in the Notes on the Gallic War. During the Roman rule, the… Read More »

Switzerland Population, Politics and Economy

Population in Switzerland According to directoryaah, approximately 8.6 million people live in Switzerland (2019). The average population density is 207 residents per km², but the population is concentrated in the Swiss plateau. The annual population growth is almost one percent and is mainly due to the high rate of immigration. The average age of the… Read More »

Switzerland Children and School

Each canton decides for itself School attendance is compulsory for eleven years in Switzerland. The Swiss call this “school compulsory”. The individual cantons also have the say when it comes to school policy, which is so similar with us, because schools are the responsibility of the individual federal states and not the federal government. That… Read More »