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Suspend C permit; tax obligation if business travel in CH?

I've been searching the forums (both permit and finance/tax) and can't quite get a definitive answer to this situation.

My spouse is an EU/dual USA national with a C permit (from his Italian citizenship). However, his Swiss employer has asked him to take an assignment which requires we move to the USA - timeframe is unclear. He can suspend the C permit for up to 4 years, that we understand. But there will be quite a bit of biz travel back to CH every six weeks or so for meetings, etc. Is there any Swiss tax obligation here? I think no... as long as he stays in a hotel and is not resident. But just trying to be really sure. Is there a maximum number of days (like 180?) where he cannot come back here or it triggers residency and then he must file a tax return?

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