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Luxembourg’s capital ranked second overall in Zipjet’s 2017 global ranking for the least and most stressful cities.

The survey compiled data on 150 cities across the world and placed Luxembourg City behind Stuttgart, the capital and largest city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg, in the ‘least stressful’ ranking.

In the survey, the Luxembourg capital ranks well before many global hubs such as Munich and Frankfurt, in Germany; Bern and Zurich in Switzerland; Sydney and Melbourne in Australia; Copenhagen, in Denmark; Seattle in the US; or Montreal and Vancouver in Canada, among others.

For the survey, Zipjet, a London-based cleaning company, collected information on a number of criteria, such as population density, residents’ perception of security, availability of green spaces, air, noise and light pollution, a family’s purchasing power, physical and mental health, amount of sunshine, traffic and congestion levels, gender equality and transport network.

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Luxembourg is second most productive economy

17-04-2019

A recent study from the think tank The Conference Board ranks Luxembourg as the second most productive mature economy in the world.
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Luxembourg named the safest city in the world

04-04-2019

In addition to its top ranking for personal safety, the country overall ranks as the 18th best city in the world to live in.
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Luxembourg among top 10 European countries for 5G readiness

04-04-2019

The country ranks 1st in the Country Profile category due to the government’s commitment to promoting ICT. It is also highly ranked for its regulations and policies needed to implement 5G networks.
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Luxembourg ranks 11th in the world for cybersecurity

04-04-2019

This top-level ranking of Luxembourg's cybersecurity standards clearly shows the positive effects of national policy efforts, the implementation of concrete tools and the expertise of leading research centres.
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Luxembourg ranks high in 2019 Index of Economic Freedom

26-02-2019

Luxembourg ranks 9th in Europe and 17th in the world in the 2019 Index of Economic Freedom published by the Heritage Foundation. The country ranks particularly high for fiscal health, investment freedom, trade freedom and government integrity.
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