The Rhône-Alpes name originates from the deepest river in the country - the Rhone, and the highest mountains in Europe - the Alps. This region comprises eight departments: Ain, Loire, Rhône, Isère, Ardèche, Drôme, Savoie and Haute-Savoie.
Attractiveness: the proximity to Geneva, beautiful nature, lakes and mountains, ski and spa resorts (Courchevel, Megeve, Chamonix, Val Thorens, Val d'Isere, Aix-les-Bains, Evian).
Major cities: Lyon, Grenoble, Chambéry, Annecy, Aix-les-Bains.
Lake Geneva, the largest in Central Europe, belongs to both Switzerland and France. Sickle-shaped, Lake Geneva is 72 km in length.
On the Swiss coast of Lake Geneva are located Geneva, Lausanne, Vevey, Montreux, being part of the Swiss Riviera. On the French coast is situated the world famous Evian, known for its mineral water, whose benefits have been known since the late eighteenth century. On both coasts of the lake one can find prestigious resorts, private clinics, bathing establishments and historical monuments.
Historically, French and Swiss economies are among the most attractive and reliable, not only in terms of investment security, but also in terms of profitability.
Qualified workforce, developed infrastructure, low operating costs - is what attracts investors in France. The fifth largest economy in the world, France has attracted more than 20,000 foreign companies, which employ over 2 million of persons and provide a third of French exports.
The population of France is 66 million people, is growing and has a high purchasing power. The country is strategically located in the heart of the European Union with more than 500 million consumers. France is also the first tourist destination in the world.
France also has a strong industrial base including pharmaceutical, aerospace, nuclear and agricultural sectors, as well as chemical industry, the second largest in Europe.
The favorable investment climate of Switzerland attracts foreign capital and contributes to the development of trade. More than 50% of world-renowned companies have chosen Switzerland to implement their offices and research centers (Cartier, Rolex, Wella, Nestle, Google and others).
In Switzerland, the inflation rate is very low, less than 1%. The interest mortgage rates are historically low. The level of savings and the influx of foreign capital are quite high. This all contributes to the stability of the Swiss economy. The Swiss banking sector has an important role in the economy.
According to statistics, more than 9% of global capital is held in Swiss banks. Moreover, Switzerland has political and social stability.
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