List of companies of Liechtenstein

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Liechtenstein is a principality in the Alps and a microstate. Despite its small landmass of only 160 km² and a population of 38,111 Liechtenstein has a very successful industrial sector and a strong banking industry, making the country one of the most prosperous nations in the world. The domestic unemployment rate is 1,7 % and about 54% of all employees employed in Liechtenstein are commuters from neighbouring countries.

Notable firms

This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy.

Notable companies
     Active      State-owned      Defunct
Name Industry Sector Headquarters Founded Notes
Hilcona Consumer goods Food products Schaan 1935 Convenience food
Hilti Consumer goods Home construction Schaan 1941 Power tools
Ivoclar Vivadent Health care Medical equipment Schaan 1923 Dental technology
Jehle Consumer goods Automobiles Schaan 1970s Sports cars
LGT Group Financials Banks Vaduz 1920 Fully owned by the private foundation of the prince
Liechtenstein Bus Industrials Transportation services Schaan 2012 Bus company
Liechtensteinische Post Industrials Delivery services Schaan 2000 Postal service
Medixsysteme Health care Medical equipment Ruggell 2002 Aesthetic medicine
National Bank of Liechtenstein Financials Banks Vaduz 1861 Majority of all shares are state-owned
Neutrik Industrials Electrical components & equipment Schaan 1975 Connectors
NTi Audio Industrials Electronic equipment Schaan 2000 Acoustic test instruments
Oerlikon Balzers Industrials Industrial machinery Balzers 1946 Surface technologies
Orca Engineering Consumer goods Automobiles Schaan 1987 Sports cars
VP Bank Financials Banks Vaduz 1956 Important activity in investment funds

See also

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