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Economy1 hour ago (Feb 02, 2022 09:47)
ZURICH (Reuters) – Switzerland will abolish import duties on industrial goods from the start of 2024 in a bid to shore up the country as a place to do business and support an economic revival, the government said on Wednesday after the cabinet signed off on the plan.
Parliament approved the idea last year as part of a campaign to help cut high domestic prices https://www.reuters.com/article/swiss-prices-idUSL8N2352RB for hard-pressed consumers who often pay far more than in neighbouring Germany or France for the same products.
Swiss to abolish import duties on industrial goods from 2024
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