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  1. Grand disillusions

    Grand disillusions

    Old Age and Survivors' Insurance (AHV) is Switzerland's problem child. Even the planned reforms are inadequate – the country should and must aim for a master stroke.

  2. Technology. More a blessing than a curse.

    Technology. More a blessing than a curse.

    Since the advent of the internet and the smartphone, if not before, technology has become a pervasive part of our lives. The 2018 Credit Suisse Worry Barometer reveals what people in Switzerland and the United States think about technology and its impacts.

  3. Leading when it comes to progress

    How advanced are the different countries actually? Credit Suisse economists analyzed 36 countries and prepared a ranking.

  4. Credit Suisse sets up pension fund for 1e plans: Credit Suisse Collective Foundation 1e

    1e pension plans provide greater autonomy and flexibility for occupational pensions

  5. Remember butter mountains and milk lakes? Welcome to the apartment glut.

    Credit Suisse publishes Swiss Real Estate Monitor Q3 2018

  6. Thurgau and Schaffhausen: location attractiveness in the upper middle range

    Credit Suisse veröffentlicht Regionalstudie über die Kantone Thurgau und Schaffhausen

  7. Switzerland Outperforms GDP Data

    Switzerland Outperforms GDP Data

    GDP shows clear inefficiencies as a proxy of economic performance particularly in Switzerland, notably due to the global nature of some of the key Swiss business sectors.

  8. Entrepreneurs Beyond Borders: How Swiss SMEs Can Go Global

    Entrepreneurs Beyond Borders: How Swiss SMEs Can Go Global

    Switzerland has always had a lot of entrepreneurs. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from Switzerland are globally active and look beyond their borders to find customers, inspiration and growth. We asked some entrepreneurs for the secret to leading a Swiss SME to success on the world stage and their thoughts on what Swiss quality means to them.

  9. Swiss Tourism: The Future Lies in Quality, Not Quantity

    Swiss Tourism: The Future Lies in Quality, Not Quantity

    Tourism in the Swiss Alps is recovering at a slow pace. Group tours from Asian countries will make a significantly smaller contribution than independent travelers to value creation within this sector in the future too, according to the Credit Suisse economists. Rather than encouraging mass tourism, Switzerland should therefore be showcasing its attractions as a destination for independent travelers from Asia and elsewhere.

  10. National Pride Remains High in Switzerland

    National Pride Remains High in Switzerland

    Significant support for bilateral agreements, but there is an alternative with majority support, when both first and second priorities are taken into account. Switzerland's reputation abroad has improved, but politicians should exercise more restraint.