In Switzerland, the world’s vault-like haven for investment, where hundreds of years of traditional security meets modern, unique Swiss technology, we confirm our research with a senior Swiss executive that non-Swiss companies are not allowed by law to misrepresent themselves as Swiss by using the word “Swiss” or imagery of the national flag
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