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Published bi-annually by private think tank Z/Yen Group, the Global Financial Centres Index 24 provides evaluations of future competitiveness and rankings for 100 major financial centres around the world. The report ranks Luxembourg as the third most important financial centre in the EU, after London and Frankfurt.

The international financial centres index of New Financial measures the value of domestic and international banking and finance activity across nearly 30 metrics in around 50 countries. The study ranks London as the dominant European financial centre, with Luxembourg in second place.

The Global Green Financial Index seeks to encourage financial centres to become greener and develop financial services in a way that enables society to live within planetary boundaries. Luxembourg figures among the EU’s top financial centres in terms of the depth of green finance.

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Luxembourg will host the 2020 Cleantech Forum Europe

23-05-2019

Luxembourg has been selected to host the 2020 edition of the Cleantech Forum Europe, a major international event in the field of clean technologies. The forum will provide excellent opportunities for the exchange of ideas on the latest cleantech trends with leading stakeholders from all over Europe. It will also showcase Luxembourg’s most dynamic organisations and projects in the field.
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Luxembourg launches LSA Data Center to promote access to space data

22-05-2019

During the Space Forum 2019, Luxembourg Marc Serres, CEO of the Luxembourg Space Agency, announces the creation of the Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) Data Center, to support businesses in Luxembourg with reliable, fast and intuitive access to data streams from the European Copernicus Earth Observation programme.
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Luxembourg passport the best in the world

14-05-2019

For the second consecutive year, the Luxembourg passport has been listed as the best in the world by the Nomad Passport Index.
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US and Luxembourg sign space cooperation memorandum

10-05-2019

The United States and Luxembourg have signed a memorandum of understanding aiming at strengthening the cooperation in the field of space. Both countries are at the forefront of promoting the harvesting and exploitation of space resources.
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Anisoprint: Luxembourg an ideal EU base

07-05-2019

When Russian start-up Anisoprint decided in 2018 to bring its pioneering 3D printing technology for composite materials to the European market, Luxembourg quickly stood out as the ideal EU base. One year later, the company is in the process of moving its headquarters as well as most of its staff here. Convinced by the country’s start-up friendly environment and excellent support network, Anisoprint is also counting on a strategic research partnership to meet the requirements of large industrial clients.
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