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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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New opportunity to accelerate your business with Luxembourg’s Fit 4 Start programme

07-12-2018

On 21 December Luxinnovation’s new call for applications for its successful accelerator programme Fit 4 Start will open. Discover how previous participants have benefited from the programme.
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Innovative digital partnership between Monaco and Luxembourg

07-12-2018

Supporting digitalisation in order to modernise the administration and foster innovation is a priority for both Monaco and Luxembourg. The two countries signed a declaration of intent on 6 December 2018 as a basis of collaboration in the digital field.
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12 Michelin stars for Luxembourg

06-12-2018

Ten Luxembourg restaurants are included in the 2019 Belgium and Luxembourg edition of the Michelin Guide, confirming once more the country’s status as an Eldorado for lovers of fine dining.
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New Happen magazine highlights Industry 4.0

06-12-2018

Hot off the press, the second issue of Happen provides an insight into business opportunities and advantages in Luxembourg and showcases the country’s technological excellence and innovative spirit.
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Leading industrial firms expand in Luxembourg

06-12-2018

Two main players in Luxembourg’s industrial landscape are investing: Ampacet is setting up two new plastics masterbatch production lines at its European headquarters here, and Cebi International is building a completely new research centre
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