Chambers of Commerce In Switzerland Swiss Japanese Chamber of Commerce The purpose of the Swiss-Japanese Chamber of Commerce (SJCC) is to promote trade and economic contacts between Switzerland and Japan. The SJCC accomplishes its mission by providing individual and corporate members with a networking platform. SJCC members benefit from a network of 300 members. Visit
Table of Contents By Week For Zurich and Switzerland May 2020 Page structure – Start May 1st to 31st – Structure of table of contents by week commencing May 1, May 8 to break it down. All links to all sections and posts are in the table of contents at the bottom of the page.
For RAV registration the following documents should documents be available. RAV will advise more precisely what they need and may want you to post or email scanned copies to them: Foreigner’s identification card (B, L or C permit) Passport Work contract Termination letter AHV grey card or medical insurance card with AHV number Your complete
Contents Background The Switzerland B and C permit language test changes have been awaited and expected. Many of those local in Zurich remember the fallout after the 2014 Federal popular initiative “against mass immigration” result. Then the need to balance the many bilateral EU agreements and the decision of the Swiss public created widespread uncertainty
Contents Introduction In Switzerland, young lesbians, gays and bisexuals are the victims of many instances of aggression and homophobic verbal abuse. Unlike their neighbours Austria, France and many other european countries, Switzerland has no legislation affording protection to the LGBT (lesbians, gays, bisexual, transgender) community. On the 9 of February Zurich vote with other Swiss
Contents Does it need an e-scooter death before Zurich acts? In Zurich the e-scooters have arrived en masse and like a virus they are now everywhere it seems downtown.The e-scooters seem to litter the streets and open spaces with no stated policy from the Mayor or the city officials in response to the outbreak. Hence