Direct From Zurich: the State of the Franc

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  1. PINO says:

    I do not agree with your sentiments. The Swiss Franc being kept low by their government has resulted in high profits for the central bank from buying EUR and GBP securities on the cheap and selling them on the high (from the surplus purchases of such currencies). The immigration law will also only impact those who are deemed as not required for economic growth, it will be based on required skills for growth. The Swiss economy is well managed with low population and high exports (of specific high demand and niche items), also people have low debt and those purchasing property even have to have a substantial down payment. Seems to me that you have made obvious comments without sufficient research.


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