Swiss watch – why Switzerland's legal market is thriving
At the heart of Europe, Swiss lawyers bask in the reflected glory of their dynamic, lightly regulated, low-tax economy – consistently ranked the world's most competitive, and a good place for multinationals to base their regional headquarters.
All eyes are on the legal market in Switzerland as the wealthy, lightly regulated country deals with new bank rules, a surge in M&A and even a backlash against immigration. Dominic Carman reports
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