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Switzerland-Singapore: deepen partnership and strengthen sustainability
Education and sustainability as the focus of the meeting between economiesuisse and Singaporean business associations.
Broad dialogue on commodity trading and human rights initiated
economiesuisse, together with the University of St Gallen and the Commodity Club Switzerland, conducted a workshop with broad participation…
The future of Swiss-UK financial services relations begins now
The Swiss-UK financial services agreement and deepened bilateral relations are a big opportunity for the Swiss and British financial…
Corporate concerns: lockdowns and the war in Ukraine are worsening supply bottlenecks
According to the latest economiesuisse survey, difficulties in sourcing intermediate products and raw materials have increased further.
Switzerland-Indonesia: Private sector launches Trade and Sustainability Council
The regular exchange across all sectors aims to advance sustainable business projects.
INSAIT – A perfect example of borderless research cooperation in Europe
In cooperation with ETH, EPFL and private companies, a research center for computer science and artificial intelligence is being built in…
Russian war against Ukraine impacting the Swiss economy more strongly than the sanctions
Swiss and British business strengthen bilateral dialogue
The bilateral trade and investment council identified numerous untapped areas of cooperation - an opportunity for both sides.
War in Ukraine exacerbating supply problems
The latest survey shows: The economic boom is clearly slowing down.
Business supports Swiss government’s sanctions against Russia
Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine: Swiss government decides on far-reaching tightening of sanctions against Russia.
"Stick to Science": for collaboration in research free from political barriers
Participation in research agreements must not be held up by political discussions that have little to do with science.
Despite supply chain bottlenecks, global trade will remain central to Swiss economy
Disrupted supply chains: A new study analyses its causes and proposes measures to deal with future crises.
Supply chain bottlenecks are becoming an economic risk
A survey from economiesuisse shows: The situation concerning supply chain disruption will not normalize any time soon.
Release of the Swiss cohesion contribution - a step in the right direction
With the release of the second cohesion contribution, Switzerland underlines its commitment to an economically and socially balanced Europe…
International trade strengthens sustainable development
Swiss companies abroad play an active role in strengthening sustainable development through trade and investment.
Financial Dialogue Switzerland – United Kingdom: things are moving forward!
Such a comprehensive financial services agreement CH-UK is not an old hat, but a unique opportunity for the two financial centres.
Simple, fast and efficient: Swiss COVID-19 bridging credits for companies in need
Through a common effort of the federal government and the Swiss banks, small and micro enterprises have a chance to survive the disastrous…
Coronavirus: Swiss government declares “extraordinary situation”
In order to slow down the infection rate, Switzerland is in a lock down mode with heavy effects on business and the daily life of all…
Digitalisation: A distorted picture of Swiss labour market dynamics
The fear of unemployment caused by digitalisation is constantly increasing – at the same time, job cuts are being more than offset by the…
Coronavirus: its impact on Swiss companies
The Coronavirus COVID-19 is spreading in Switzerland. economiesuisse wants to understand how the virus will affect the economy and has…
Popular initiative threatens successful bilateral path
Even though the bilateral agreements between Switzerland and the EU are highly beneficial, they are constantly at stake.
Institutional Agreement for Swiss-EU Relations
An assessment of the Institutional Framework Agreement and what it means for the future Swiss-EU Relations
Foreign investment control: a self-defeating policy objective
Governmental supervision for foreign direct investments would be counter-productive for Switzerland’s economic competitiveness.
Digitisation of Business – A Reality Check
A conference organized by economiesuisse and the Belgian business federation on the impact of digitization on companies, working conditions…
Digitisation: a real threat to the future of jobs or just a distorted perception?
Robots and computers taking over the labour market is what most see when asked how modern technology will impact their jobs.
Path is cleared for successful Swiss exporters
On July 28th 2017, Switzerland and the EU updated the agreement on the mutual recognition in relation to conformity assessment…
Confident Partnership with China
China is Switzerland's most important asian trading partner. Chinas president Xi Jinping met with Switzerland's business leaders. During…