Inside Schurter AG As Swiss Factories Get A Franc Warning Amid Run Of Good Fortune

A worker sorts cable connectors for electronic switches at the Schurter AG factory in Lucern, Switzerland, on Friday, May 4, 2018. Industrial production is rising at the fastest pace since before the financial crisis and companies such as Schurter, a maker of electrical components, are seeing sales surge. Gross domestic product figures are expected to confirm the economy is growing apace, with economists predicting 2018 will see the strongest expansion in four years. Photographer: Stefan Wermuth/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A worker sorts cable connectors for electronic switches at the Schurter AG factory in Lucern, Switzerland, on Friday, May 4, 2018. Industrial production is rising at the fastest pace since before the financial crisis and companies such as Schurter, a maker of electrical components, are seeing sales surge. Gross domestic product figures are expected to confirm the economy is growing apace, with economists predicting 2018 will see the strongest expansion in four years. Photographer: Stefan Wermuth/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Inside Schurter AG As Swiss Factories Get A Franc Warning Amid Run Of Good Fortune
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