The Wall Street Journal
By DEBORAH BALL
Switzerland—Developed nations from Japan to are desperate for growth, but this tiny lake-filled Swiss canton is wrestling with a different problem: too much of it. America
Zug's history of rock-bottom tax rates, for individuals and corporations alike, has brought it an A-list of multinational businesses. Luxury shops abound, government coffers are flush, and there are so many jobs that employers sometimes have a hard time finding people to fill them.