Switzerland must endorse a draft treaty with the EU by June 17 or risk access to European capital markets.
The Swiss government is asking for more clarifications, particularly on the issue of wage-worker protection, as Brussels is demanding access to the Swiss labour market on equal terms.
One of the immediate consequences should Switzerland fail to ratify the EU-Swiss agreement is that Swiss companies would lose access to EU-based capital markets.
Since 2018, the EU has repeatedly thre...
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