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Switzerland and its Economics and Culture
A general overview of the history, politics, culture, and economics of Switzerland.
# 48833 | 3,573 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Feb 19, 2004 in Economics (International) , History (European) , Geography (General)

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This paper examines how Switzerland, as a country, ideally is situated at the center of the most industrially developed part of Europe, which runs from Southern Germany to the parts of Northern Italy and Eastern France. It looks at how it is one of the richest countries in the world with the highest levels of gross national per capita income. It shows how the nature of the economy is liberal and highly competitive and occupies a position among the top ten positions in the world in any study. It also discusses how it is an open economy and dependent on foreign trade.

Executive Summary
Tax Policy
Fiscal Policy

From the Paper:

"For the trade with the EU, the applicable principles include free movements of goods and services, free movement of capital and liberalized labor market, which is opening up even further. One can invest into Switzerland through a partnership or a new corporation in the form of a joint stock company, through setting up a subsidiary as a corporation which may be totally independent or a branch of the foreign company, through setting up a partnership with Swiss nationals or through an existing company in Switzerland, through acquiring an interest or buying an existing business in Switzerland with a majority interest, through a merger with previous Swiss partners, or through strategic alliances which may or may not involve equity shares."

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