Posted October 03, 2018 03:09:55A new report from the Swiss National Bank found that Switzerland is struggling to maintain an inflation rate below the official inflation rate of 4.7 percent.
The central bank report comes on the heels of a study by the International Monetary Fund that found that while Switzerland’s inflation rate is falling, it remains above the global average, even in the midst of a severe economic recession.
The new report shows that the Swiss economy has lost ground in recent years, and the new figures show that inflation is at its lowest level since the early 2000s.
The report comes at a time when Switzerland’s economy is struggling with a growing budget deficit and a sharp slowdown in economic growth.
Swiss officials have been calling for a rapid and comprehensive recovery of the economy since 2015, when the central bank announced it was preparing a plan to introduce a central bank bond.
Since then, the country has undergone a series of economic reforms to combat inflation and maintain its reputation as a world leader in economic policy.
Switzerland’s economy, the third-largest in the world, grew at a 0.7% annual rate in the third quarter of 2017.
That’s still the slowest growth rate since the 2008 financial crisis, when it also contracted by 0.6%.
In the new report, the bank noted that there has been a decrease in investment spending.
This has caused the Swiss central bank to introduce measures to stimulate the economy, such as cutting interest rates and increasing the purchasing power of the Swiss franc.
Swisse also reported that it has cut spending in some sectors of the government, like education, while the economy continues to grow at its slowest pace since the recession in the mid-2000s.
The Swiss economy is in an advanced state of decline, which has caused a number of measures to be introduced, the report found.
This includes a cut in interest rates, but also measures that are aimed at supporting the economy.
Swiisse has also been pushing for greater transparency of the economic and fiscal data, which it says is necessary for the public to know what is happening in the economy and what the government is doing to boost growth.
But the central banks new report did not make any recommendations on how to strengthen the economy in the face of its problems.
The Federal Statistics Office, the agency responsible for collecting the statistics, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the report.