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Mapping Switzerland's cross-border commuters
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More than 270,000 Europeans commute across the border to work in Switzerland, according to the Federal Statistics Office. French residents make up the largest group (143,000), followed by Italians (62,000), Germans (56,000) and Austrians (8,100).