Exporting to Switzerland
Thinking about exporting to Switzerland? The country holds great potential with a stable and trustworthy business, legal and regulatory framework. It also has excellent trading relationship with the UK. In 2017 around 15,200 VAT-registered UK businesses exported goods to Switzerland (ONS, 2017).
Here are some facts about Switzerland that will guide you through the export process:
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With the rapid spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) globally and most countries, including Switzerland, experiencing a sharp fall in business activities, it might be worthwhile to work on an export plan based on economic forecasts, rather than past trends. Also, seek support and advice from reliable bodies such as the Department of International Trade (DIT) to minimise the detrimental impact of the pandemi.
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