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Exporting to Switzerland

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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:


If you want to expand your business in Switzerland, make sure cultural and language barriers don’t limit your reach. Having a trusted translation partner will ensure your message is in the right language and tone to make a positive impact on your target market.


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