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Swiss/EU negotiations: what's the bottom line?

The recent news about the failure of the Swiss/EU negotiations seems to be 3 sticking points:
1) Wage protection
2) State aid
3)European citizenship directive


I cannot find a news source in English or German that explains the bottom line why Switzerland doesn't want to agree on these points. Does anyone have a handle on the low-down... why does Switzerland feel threatened by these issues?
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