PESTLE Analysis of Switzerland 2013

  • ID: 2546429
  • Country Profile
  • Region: Switzerland
  • 60 Pages
  • Lucintel
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The GDP of Switzerland is expected to reach $672.4 billion by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 2%.
The economic slowdown in Europe is likely to shrink the GDP growth of the country and weaken its fiscal position in 2013, but it is anticipated to revive again in 2014. The deepening Euro crisis has made the Swiss economy a safe haven for investors. Its currency has significantly appreciated, leading to a deflationary situation in the country. Switzerland’s service sector is the leading segment, making maximum contributions to the economy.

The report analyzes that the country’s safe haven currency has made it vulnerable to the financial turbulence roiling international markets. The worsening Euro debt crisis has surged capital inflows into the country, which has led to the gradual appreciation of Swiss franc, dragging the economy into deflation territory. The country’s aging population accounts for 22% of the total populace and has put pressure on the social security funds of the government. This type of situation can have a negative impact on the fiscal balance of the country in the absence of certain reforms.

The study reveals that increasing per capita income and high urbanization have paved the way for huge business opportunities in food, real estate, retail and consumer products, and automotive industries. Opportunities in the high-tech and telecommunication technology industries exist, as they benefit from the excellent educational quality of the universities in the nation.

Lucintel’s report includes an examination of the macro economy of Switzerland, the nation’s political scenario, as well as social and technological analyses. The study provides knowledge about leading industries and the emerging trends in the country, as well as the market entry strategy for doing business in Switzerland.

This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find.

Features of This Report:
To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.

Some of the features of “PESTLE Analysis of Switzerland 2013” include:
- Trend and forecast of real GDP growth rate of Switzerland
- Trend of savings and investments as well as consumption expenditure in percentage of GDP of Switzerland
- Trend of consumption expenditure as percentage of GDP in Switzerland
- Trend of growth of population and unemployment rate in Switzerland
- R&D and technological factor of Switzerland 2013

Who Can Benefit From This Report?

This study is intended for material suppliers, parts fabricators, OEMs, investors, executives and consultants. This multi-client market study from Lucintel is used by small to multi-national Fortune 500 companies and utilized for a variety of reasons as follows.

- Business development
- Strategic planning
- Business presentation
- Determination of market size and trend
- Competitive analysis
- Personnel training
- Budgeting
- Investment Decision
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1. Executive Summary

2. Switzerland’s Political Analysis
2.1: Structure and stability of government
2.2: Government policy agenda
2.2.1: Policy agenda

3. Switzerland’s Economic Analysis
3.1: Sectoral contribution to GDP and GDP growth rate
3.2; Pricing trends - inflation and interest rates
3.3: Consumption, saving, and investment trends
3.4: International trade and its contribution to GDP
3.5: Foreign direct investment by industry

4. Switzerland’s Social Analysis
4.1: Social and demographic analysis
4.2: Labor market
4.3: Social development index

5. Switzerland’s R&D and Technological Factors
5.1: R&D expenditure in Switzerland
5.2: Impact of technology in industry
5.3: Technology policy

6. Switzerland’s Legal Analysis
6.1: Corporate law
6.2: Tax law
6.4: Recent economic policies
6.5: Doing business in switzerland 2013

7. Switzerland’s Environmental Analysis
7.1: Environment policy

8. SWOT Analysis of Switzerland

List of Figures

Chapter 3. Switzerland’s Economic Analysis
Figure 3.1: Global economic scenario
Figure 3.2: Trend of real GDP growth rate
Figure 3.3: Forecast of real GDP growth rate
Figure 3.4: Trend of per capita income
Figure 3.5: GDP sectoral contribution
Figure 3.6: Share of different sectors to GDP
Figure 3.7: Trend of leading industries in Switzerland
Figure 3.8: Annual trend of inflation and interest rate
Figure 3.9: Trend of savings and investments as percentage of GDP
Figure 3.10: Trend of consumption expenditure as percentage of GDP
Figure 3.11: Switzerland’s international trade structure
Figure 3.12: Exports and imports as percentage of GDP
Figure 3.13: FDI inflows by industry

Chapter 4. Switzerland’s Social Analysis
Figure 4.1: Political map of Switzerland
Figure 4.2: Trend of population in Switzerland
Figure 4.3: Population age structure
Figure 4.4: Trend of unemployment rate in Switzerland

Chapter 5. Switzerland R&D and Technological Factor
Figure 5.1: Trend of R&D expenditure in Switzerland

List of Tables

Chapter 1. Executive Summary
Table 1.1: Factors affecting business in Switzerland

Chapter 2. Switzerland’s Political Analysis
Table 2.1: Political factors and its impact on business

Chapter 3. Switzerland’s Economic Analysis
Table 3.1: FDI Limits by Industry
Table 3.2: Economic factors and its impact on business

Chapter 4 Switzerland’s Social Analysis
Table 4.1: Corruption, GINI, Homicide and Human Development Index
Table 4.2: Social factors and its impact on business

Chapter 5. Switzerland’s R&D and Technological factor
Table 5.1: Technological factors and its impact on business

Chapter 6. Switzerland’s Legal Analysis
Table 6.1: Tax rates for Unmarried Taxpayers in Switzerland, 2012
Table 6.2: Tax rates for Married Taxpayers in Switzerland, 2012
Table 6.3: Indicators for Starting Business
Table 6.4: Ranking of Procedures for Starting up a Business
Table 6.5: Legal factors and its impact on business

Chapter 7. Switzerland’s Environment Analysis
Table 7.1: Environmental factors and its impact on business
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