Why Switzerland is going for economic growth over social cohesion

In Switzerland, we have two economic visions for the country.

One is a social cohesion one.

The other is an economic one.

For the past decade, social cohesion has been one of the top economic indicators in Switzerland, and we have had some of the most robust economic growth in the world.

The Swiss are a social compact, which means they all have a shared economic future.

This is what makes them a model of economic growth, because if we don’t have a social harmony, we cannot achieve the growth that we need to be able to meet our challenges.

Switzerland is an example of what can happen when we have the social cohesion we need, and the economic integration that we all need.

So what are the economic challenges we face?

Switzerland has been ranked second in the OECD, with an unemployment rate of 5.7% and unemployment at 13.3%.

This has led to a huge migration crisis in Switzerland.

The social cohesion model The economic model The social cohesion economy is an alternative to the social integration model.

In the social inclusion model, we are all working together to address a shared need.

In Switzerland the social mobility model is one that is based on the economic opportunity and social cohesion.

In a social inclusion economy, the economy is designed to support social mobility, and this can lead to a positive and sustainable social mix.

In addition to the economic benefits, this social mix also gives the economy the capacity to support innovation.

This means that businesses can invest more and be more flexible in their operations.

Swiss social cohesion is very high, and so is the economic growth.

This has been achieved in part because of the success of the social compact model.

Switzerland has a high proportion of working age people, but the average age of the population is just 27.

The average Swiss is 55 years old, and as a result, the Swiss have a low average life expectancy of just over 65 years.

This makes Switzerland the country with the lowest life expectancy in Europe.

However, this low life expectancy means that it is one of those countries where it takes a very long time to build a successful economy.

This can be because the population, for example, is not very flexible, which leads to a low productivity.

The economy does not have enough flexibility and flexibility is not the same for everyone.

The lack of flexibility can be attributed to a number of factors.

For example, a lot of Swiss people live in the suburbs.

This causes the government to have to focus on a small number of areas in which people live, and that is why people have to get their jobs done.

Also, the cost of living is higher than the other countries, which also means that the government has to spend a lot on social services and infrastructure, which is very expensive.

In some cases, this can be very costly.

Swis social cohesion and social integration have been strong, but they have also had a negative impact on the economy.

We have a high rate of unemployment and low social cohesion, but a large part of the problems are related to the cost and lack of mobility.

Social integration, which requires people to get jobs, to live in their own homes and to participate in local community activities is good.

However, when we talk about the costs of social integration, we see that in some cases the social fabric is being destroyed.

In Switzerland, there are three sectors where social cohesion comes into play: health, education and business.

Health care is a major sector, and is responsible for a lot more than just health care.

The social health model is a model that has a positive impact on society and society is being improved.

As we look at the future, we must be ready for the social health transformation.

We have seen that social integration can bring about the social wellbeing of individuals, communities and countries.

This includes providing access to healthcare and education, which can be particularly important for the elderly.

It is also good for people with disabilities and those who are vulnerable.

It also helps to ensure that the society is financially healthy.

Business is another sector where social integration plays a role.

It allows for a high degree of economic mobility.

It helps companies to expand and grow their operations, and it allows people to work together in their communities and their families.

The economic growth model This model is based in part on the fact that we have a very strong social mobility system, with a high number of workers able to get a job and be employed.

It leads to more people working in the sector that they belong to.

This gives companies the capacity for growth and innovation, and therefore to be a catalyst for growth in all sectors.

Switals social mobility is also very high.

According to the OECD report, the percentage of Swiss working age individuals with a university degree is about 70%.

This means about 25% of the Swiss population is working towards university, and in some places it is even higher.

This means that there is a high level of