Switzerland - Sub-Central Government Entities1 - Annex 2 report

Thresholds for: SDR
Goods 200,000
Services 200,000
Construction Services 5,000,000
National Currencies
  • 1 Any centralised or decentralised authority or administrative unit at cantonal level under public cantonal law.
    • 2 Any centralised or decentralised authority or administrative unit at district and communal level under public cantonal and communal law.
      • List of Swiss cantons:
        • 1 Appenzell (Innerrhoden/Ausserrhoden)
          • 2 Argau
            • 3 Basel (Stadt/Landschaft)
              • 4 Bern
                • 5 Fribourg
                  • 6 Glarus
                    • 7 Geneva
                      • 8 Graubünden
                        • 9 Jura
                          • 10 Neuchâtel
                            • 11 Lucerne
                              • 12 Schaffhausen
                                • 13 Schwyz
                                  • 14 Solothurn
                                    • 15 St. Gallen
                                      • 16 Ticino
                                        • 17 Thurgau
                                          • 18 Vaud
                                            • 19 Valais
                                              • 20 Unterwalden (Nidwalden/Obwalden)
                                                • 21 Uri
                                                  • 22 Zug
                                                    • 23 Zurich

                                                    1 By way of clarification, the notion of a decentralised unit at cantonal and communal levels covers bodies under public law established at cantonal, district and communal level of a non- commercial or industrial nature.

                                                    1 Cantonal government entities according to Swiss terminology