SMALL, BUT FINE

In an area of 160 square kilometres on the banks of the Alpine Rhine, sandwiched between Switzerland and Austria, live around 36,500 inhabitants of the sovereign Principality of Liechtenstein, a constitutional hereditary monarchy with a democratic parliamentary foundation.
Schloss Vaduz

Vaduz Castle

The Principality of Liechtenstein is a highly developed location, both industrially and financially. Liechtenstein and Switzerland have maintained a friendly, neighbourly partnership for decades in a union of customs and currency. At present, Liechtenstein has access to the European Union’s single market due to its membership of the EEA (European Economic Area).

In an hour’s car drive, you can reach Zürich Kloten Airport (Switzerland) and from there, the whole wide world.

Liechtenstein’s small size gives it a manageable, distinctlycustomer-oriented, service-mindedpublic administration, which is characterized by its short,speedydecision-making.

Its political and economic stability, outstanding infrastructure, enterprise-friendly fiscal climate, international connections, straightforwardness and the population’s respect of privacy make Liechtenstein an attractive location for internationally oriented entrepreneurs and investors.