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Switzerland's commitment. By spring the federal government will identify the areas in which there is a particular need for action to implement the Agenda. Eidgenössische Konstruktionswerkstätte English: "Federal Constructions Works", short K+W, was a Swiss state-owned enterprise, with the aim of making the Swiss.
DETEC opens in a new window. Light commercial and light articulated vehicles. The Energy label for cars. The Energy label for tyres. Send this page Print. The average level of emissions from cars registered in Switzerland for the first time may not exceed grams of CO2 per kilometre. This level is applicable until the end of With effect from , a target level of 95 grams of CO2 per kilometre will apply for cars.
At the same time, additional CO2 emission regulations will be introduced for light commercial vehicles and light articulated vehicles, which will then have to comply with a target level of grams of CO2 per kilometre.
Each importer's vehicle fleet has to comply with an individual target based on the specified level. If the target is exceeded, the importer will have to pay a penalty. Small and large-scale importers. Here a distinction is made between large-scale and small importers: The term "large-scale importer" applies to importers who register at least 50 new cars or at least 6 new light commercial vehicles a year.
These importers have to be registered with the SFOE. Importers may join forces to form emissions pools in order to attain the minimum number of vehicles for qualifying as large-scale importers and collectively comply with the specified target level. Emissions pools have the same rights and obligations as large-scale importers.
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Business activities in Switzerland Switzerland's strength as one of the most successful global business locations. Bilateral relations Switzerland—Latvia An overview of Swiss diplomacy and involvement on the ground.
Bilateral Framework Agreement with Latvia Switzerland has concluded a bilateral framework agreement with Latvia. Results in Latvia Switzerland uses its enlargement contribution to help create jobs using microcredits, clean up oil-contaminated ports and improve fire safety in schools and kindergartens.
Representations Embassy of Switzerland in Latvia. Home Representations Embassy of Switzerland in Latvia. Welcome A greeting from the Ambassador. Switzerland and Latvia Swiss diplomacy and engagement in the fields of education, culture and the economy. Services Contact the responsible Swiss representation for identity papers, civil status, registration and deregistration, matters of civil status, etc Regional consular centre of the Swiss embassy in Sweden to take over services for the Baltic states The diplomatic functions of the Embassy of Switzerland in Riga, competent for Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, will remain in place.
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