Major industrial, trading and service companies

The Swiss economy has always been highly integrated into the global economy: its per capita import and export volumes and its import and export rate (as a percentage of GDP) are among the highest in the world. Exports play a particularly important economic role for a small country such as Switzerland. Switerzland’s main partners in the cross-border trade of goods are the industrialised countries;

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Industry, trading and service

Tags: Economy and Energy, Companies, Industry, trading and service, Labour, Economy
Spatial extent: Switzerland
Spatial unit: Communes
Times: 2011, 2013, 2015
Distinction: by revenue, by sector

Map objects: Aarau, Aarburg, Allschwil, Altdorf (UR), Altendorf, Apples, Arbon, Au (SG), Baar, Bad Zurzach, Baden, Basel, Bellevue, Bern, Biel/Bienne, Bulle, Bussnang, Chur, Collina d’Oro, Collombey-Muraz, Courtepin, Dielsdorf, Dietlikon, Dintikon, Domat/Ems, Dotzigen, Dübendorf, Emmen, Feusisberg, Frauenfeld, Freienbach, Genève, Glarus Nord, Hergiswil (NW), Horw, Ittigen, Jonschwil, Kilchberg (ZH), Kloten, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Lachen, Laufenburg, Lausanne, Le Grand-Saconnex, Le Locle, Lenzburg, Liestal, Luzern, Mex (VD), Muri bei Bern, Muttenz, Niederglatt, Niederweningen, Oberbüren, Oftringen, Opfikon, Ostermundigen, Poschiavo, Prilly, Pully, Rapperswil-Jona, Reinach (BL), Renens (VD), Rolle, Rümlang, Saint-Imier, Saint-Prex, Schaffhausen, Schlieren, Spreitenbach, St. Gallen, Stans, Stäfa, Teufen (AR), Thalwil, Thun, Uzwil, Vernier, Vevey, Wallisellen, Wangen-Brüttisellen, Winterthur, Zofingen, Zollikofen, Zuchwil, Zug, Zürich