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Direct Foreign Investment in Switzerland: Legal Issues

Examines the economic prospects of Switzerland; analyzes the legal issues in direct investment in the country.
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Direct Foreign Investment In Switzerland: Legal Issues

Introduction: Investment Climate
Switzerland, a fundamentally prosperous and stable modern
economy with a per capita GDP roughly 10% above that of the big West European economies, is experiencing shortterm difficulties. After recovering slowly in 199495 from recession, the Swiss economy remains weak, mainly because of the strong Swiss franc and weak growth in Swiss export market, especially in other European countries. Over the near term, growth may average barely 1%, with more than onehalf of this increase resulting from growth in inventories. Weak domestic consumer demand is the principal culprit; stagnation in real disposable income is combining with a reluctance to reduce saving rates in the face of

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