Trucking Market In Switzerland
I would like to understand the trucking market on the below:
1) market size of road freight transportation in switzerland
2) cost structure for road freight in switzerland
3) international transportation players and their market share
4) rule and regulations for international road transportation
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we, makasi shipping pvt. Ltd, a registered and well known company having 46 vessels and dealing in many commodities. We need to open a bank account in geneva, preferably with hsbc. We are expecting a bank guarantee (up to usd 600m) to supply a huge quantity of crude palm oil and we will be comfortable to lodge this bg in geneva instead of going through lot of formalities and taxation in india. We may, if possible, go for a high yield program with this bg and it should not become a complicate for us to bring a high profit in our bank accounts in india . Using indian account will be a big problem for such programs. Expecting this said bg immediately, and we need to open a bank account in swiss at the earliest. The deal is pure and clean and the bg is a financial guarantee for supplying the products.+10 Other Responses
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a federal judge recently gave the government permission to search for data from five wall street banks about a group of american clients suspected of hiding assets at an unrelated bank in the caribbean.
According to the ny times, judge richard m. Berman of the united states district court in manhattan told the banks citigroup, bank of new york mellon, jpmorgan chase, hsbc and bank of america to produce details about american clients who may be evading taxes through the bank of n.T. Butterfield son.
Federal authorities indicted swiss bank wegelin company last year for enabling tax invasion by wealthy americans. A separate civil forfeiture complaint related to the indictment allowed u.S. Authorities to seize over $16 million from wegelin's correspondent bank, ubs of stamford, connecticut. A tax lawyer quoted in the ny times article explained that nearly every swiss bank has a u.S. Correspondent account for processing u.S. Dollar transactions, which provide a road map of leads and information pointing to possible u.S. Account holders.
The same attorney says we can expect more john doe summonses in the new york banking community as the irs continues to chase the unreported foreign accounts as well as the swiss banks now under investigation.
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