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Most Attractive Investment Industries in Switzerland

Updated on Friday 08th December 2017

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Most_Attractive_Investment_Industries_in_Switzerland.jpgSwitzerland is a country that can be described as being financially stable and a rapid developer. As a small country, Switzerland focused on delivering high quality services and the country has gained an international reputation as one of the most important financial services providers. Banking is one of the most important industries in Switzerland but other areas are also important investment destinations for foreigners.
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Important investment industries in Switzerland

Switzerland offers numerous investment opportunities for foreign entrepreneurs. Some of them are in the key economic sectors of the country and others can also be found in other emerging investment sectors with high potential.  The Swiss Government also offers investment incentives in the form of reduced rates that can apply at a federal and canton level. If you wish to know more about the available aid for investors in Switzerland, our Swiss company formation consultants can help you.
The key sectors for foreign investment in Switzerland include the financial and banking sectors, the travel and tourism sector, medical and security equipment, information technology and telecommunication, pharmaceuticals and others. Sectors that have a high potential for new investments are the bio- and nano- technology sectors or high-tech equipment. The trade sector is also a well-developed one in Switzerland. 

Investing in Switzerland 

Switzerland is not a member of the EU or the EEA but has concluded a free trade agreement with the EU and other bilateral agreements. The country has also signed several bilateral investment conventions. Foreign investors in Switzerland are guaranteed to have freedom of establishment, however certain terms and conditions apply for purchasing property and acquiring the necessary permits for living and working in Switzerland. 
International companies also choose the country to set up branches or subsidiaries. Switzerland remains an important investment destination and an attractive destination for foreign companies that want to expand their activities.
If you want to invest in Switzerland, our Swiss company formation agents can help you know everything about the types of Swiss companies and the company registration procedure.
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