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According to data recently released by global credit reference agency Dun & Bradstreet, Switzerland's economy is the safest worldwide for doing business. Besides Switzerland--Germany, Norway, Canada and Australia were the only other nations to achieve a top DB1 rating.

In compiling the report, Dun & Bradstreet regularly analyses risk in over 130 countries, reviewing factors such as political and economic stability, market conditions and external liquidity. Countries are then rated accordingly, with DB1 representing the lowest risk, and DB7 the highest. Each risk category is...

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