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Swiss National Bank (SNB)

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Swiss National Bank is the central bank of Switzerland and began business activities on 20 June 1907. The current chairman is Thomas Jordan. Its headquarters are in Bern and Zurich. Besides being a central bank, it’s charged with the responsibility of price stability and economic growth.

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