mmm I found out this one at 180$: ACADEMY - ACADEMY - COLLECTIONS - THOMAS EARNSHAW WATCHES & TIMEPIECESA. Virtually all decorated movements in <$200 watches will be Chinese.
B. Many Chinese movements are of very good quality.
B does not necessarily imply A.
I'd look at Sea Gull first for skeletons, but many of their styles are very traditional and often at odds for what a skeleton watch buyer is looking for. Next, I'd look at Rotary (Swiss-based, but for these types they're not going to be Swiss) and lastly at Sturhling. Stuhrling is fine for what it is, but you need to set expectations appropriately. I'd buy from a vendor with an easy return policy-- and that's for all of the above. Amazon is probably a default go-to choice.
Actual Swiss skeletons other than maybe the Swatch Irony (the Japanese don't really do skeletons as such) are going to be way out of reach, so when a company is nominally Swiss, the movement is still going to be Chinese. It is what it is.
This +100Go for the Swatch and buy a couple of leather bands. That scratched my itch for a skeleton.