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The COVID-19 pandemic outbreak has triggered a decline in the GDP of Switzerland in 2020-Q1, relative to 2019-Q4 and 2019-Q1 and a decline in trade ows relative to 2019-Q4.

The strong decrease in consumption and investment shows that consumer con dence has plummeted. The most severely hit industries are in the service sector and require direct human contact, such as tourism, hotels and restaurants, retail sales and cultural activities.

Prices are stable with both current in ation and in ation expectations being low due to low oil prices, weak growth prospects and a strong Swiss franc.

The impact of the pandemic is not visible in labour markets in 2020-Q1, due to the lag with which labour markets follow GDP movements, but is likely to lead to a rise in unemployment in 2020-Q2.

July 2020

ECSA Chemicals AG
Burgauerstrasse 17
CH-9230 Flawil (Switzerland)

Via Luigi Favre 16
CH-6828 Balerna (Switzerland) 

T. +41582119100
F. +41582119101


ECSA Maintenance AG
Burgauerstrasse 17 
CH-9230 Flawil (Switzerland)

Via Luigi Favre 16 
CH-6828 Balerna (Switzerland)

T. +41582119300
F. +41582119301


ECSA Energy SA
Via Luigi Favre 16 
CH-6828 Balerna (Switzerland)

T. +41582119500
F. +41582119501


con Unico Socio
Via Lavoratori Autobianchi 1 
I-20832 Desio (MB)
(Stabile n. 15 - Polo Tecnologico della Brianza)

T. +39 0362 625 421
F. +39 0362 304 361

P.IVA IT00222470130

Codice destinatario: C1QQYZR

Porta Ticino Easy Stop SA
Via San Giorgio 37
CH-6877 Coldrerio

T. +41582119910
F. +41582119911


Stalvedro Easy Stop SA
Stalvedro 4, CH-6780 Airolo

T. +41582119950


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