After the collapse of the framework agreement – first companies affected by EU export ban

The blockade of the bilateral path after the breakdown of the negotiations on a framework agreement is claiming the first victims in the Swiss economy. According to a report by “NZZ am Sonntag”, two companies in the medical technology sector were informed that they could no longer export their products to the EU.

The “NZZ am Sonntag” quotes Rudolf Eggen, CEO of the MPS-Precimed company in Biel with 45 employees: “Our partner and authorized representative, who is responsible for our products in legal matters in the EU, informed me that he is responsible for a large part of the No longer be allowed to import the assortment. “

Published: 06/06/2021, 7:59 a.m.

Last updated: 06.06.2021, 11:45 am

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