Part-PAR-Par8074453-1-1-0An overheated Swiss franc could have “dramatic” consequences for the country’s economy, a top official said Sunday, as the country’s business and tourism sectors braced for tumbling sales. The franc is still up around 15 percent against the euro since the Swiss central bank stunned markets Thursday with its bombshell decision to abandon the minimum rate of 1.20 francs against the European common currency. The Swiss National Bank had since September 2011 been defending the exchange rate floor in a bid to protect the country’s vital export industry, including by buying massive quantities of foreign currencies. If the franc remains at its current level, trading at around parity with the euro, “the consequences will be dramatic,” Serge Gaillard, head of the Swiss Federal Finance Administration, told the Zentralschweiz am Sonntag weekly. More