Switzerland’s economy is based on a highly qualified labour force performing highly skilled work. The main areas include micro technology, hi-tech, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, as well as banking and insurance know-how. The service sector now employs the greatest number of people. Per capita income is virtually the highest in the world. Tourism adds significantly to the economy.
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||Graphical redesign of the ILO public website.
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||Provision of Hotel and Conference Services in Holmenkollen, Norway, 25 June- 4 July 2013.
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||Biel, redevelopment of public sector "Beau Rivage" ramp port.
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||BSA to the technical premises of Rugentunnels and to the mountain underpass.
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||After about 25 years, the use of three groups of a large bear revisions. .
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||School system Blumenfeld - Building construction .
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||Road rehabilitation, including associated drainage, rehabilitation engineering structures..
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||Umnutzung, Umbau und Aufstockung of Technikgebäudes "Haus T", Spital Interlaken, Metal construction
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||WSL Birmensdorf, new crop protection laboratory - Holzelementbau, facade, window
|Switzerland||24-May-2013||Redevelopment, reconstruction and reinforcement of building technology "House T" Hospital Interlaken, mounting in steel .