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Luxembourg is once again ranked as one of the top 3 financial centres in the EU, according to the latest edition of the Global Financial Centres Index 24. Furthermore, at global level Luxembourg remains among the top financial centres likely to become more significant in the future.

Luxembourg’s continuously strong position in this index reflects the stability of the country’s international financial centre and its continued growth, with several additional international institutions choosing to set up all or part of their EU activities in Luxembourg since the publication of the previous edition of GCFI in March.

The GFCI is published by Z/Yen in London and ranks financial centres by several factors of competitiveness, such as business environment, human capital, taxation, reputation, infrastructures and financial sector development.

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[Blog post] Digital buzz: Trends and reality

14-01-2019

Executing Luxembourg’s data-driven digital strategy over the last 12 months has taken Luxinnovation’s business development team to some of the well-known technology hubs across the world but also given an insight into emerging locations and their current focus.
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Luxembourg ranks 3rd small city of the future

11-01-2019

Luxembourg follows closely behind Zürich and Belfast in this ranking established by the fDi intelligence division of the Financial Times.
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Towards a circular economy model

10-01-2019

The focus and growing awareness of both politicians and the public is encouraging Luxembourg to move from a linear to a circular economy. The limitations of “extract — manufacture — consume — throw away” are becoming more and more apparent.
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From waste to energy

10-01-2019

Founded in Luxembourg in 2008, Boson Energy has offices also in Poland, Sweden and Israel. The company pursues its development in Luxembourg and its expansion in Europe through several very promising projects, which aim at meeting the highest standards of energy efficiency and environmental protection. Luxinnovation spoke to Chief Communications Officer Heike Carl Zätterström about current projects and coming challenges.
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On the road to a coherent economic development

10-01-2019

The international promotion of the Luxembourg economy, which was restructured two years ago, is now running well, supported by a strong network of representative offices abroad. Explanations from the president of the Trade & Investment Steering Committee, the body in charge of the implementation of this promotion.
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