Progress in structural reform

August 1999
OECD Economic Surveys: Switzerland;Aug1999, p67
Country Report
Country Report
Reviews the progress in the implementation of the economic reforms program of Switzerland designed to improve the country's macroeconomic performance. Reform of unemployment insurance; Improvements in vocational education; Changes in Competition Law.


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