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Swiss companies are struggling with the effect of the strong franc and stricter immigration rules.It would encourage business between the two regions, possibly at the expense of Switzerland.Swiss businesses including Kudelski SA believe the U.S.-EU trade agreement could become an opportunity for the country, which is on the brink of its first recession since the financial crisis as the strong franc takes its toll on exports.The negative case could increase the burden on Switzerland's contracting economy, said Zurich Insurance Group AG CEO Martin Senn.With the 10th round of TTIP negotiations set to take place next month, the U.S. is looking at solutions for Switzerland, according to Suzan LeVine, the U.S. ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
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