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Re: L to B conversion quota available now?

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When you can't even get the name of the country right, I have to wonder what you actually know about Switzerland.
The OP wrote "who want to get their non EU employees to stay in Swiss."

Be gentle: I know a number of foreigners, particularly Spanish speaking, who make that error in English. Despite owning property in Switzerland and having visited often. Their bilingual children would not make the mistake. Which suggests that Le Rosey has done well by the children?
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