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DESI is a composite index that summarises relevant indicators on Europe’s digital performance and tracks the evolution of EU Member States in digital competitiveness. The DESI report tracks the progress made by Member States in terms of their digitisation. It is structured around five chapters: Connectivity, Human Capital, Use of Internet Services, Integration of Digital Technology and Digital Public Services.

Top ranks: connectivity, human capital, internet use

Luxembourg performs well in connectivity (2nd rank in DESI 2018), both for coverage and subscription (take-up). It records very good results (5th rank in DESI 2018) for human capital, especially in use or in digital skills where it is a top performer. It achieves very good results for internet use by its residents (4th rank in DESI 2018).

Ambitious strategy

Luxembourg has undertaken an ambitious economic diversification strategy for the digital sector. This strategy is multidimensional and collaborative, embracing skills, infrastructure, the digital ecosystem and public services. The strategy is grouped under an umbrella initiative called Digital Luxembourg.

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Local door openers for business

21-02-2020

Facilitating global trade is a key focus of the different players in Luxembourg’s diplomatic and economic network. Its members work hand in hand to ensure that doing business with and from Luxembourg is easy, transparent, and brings with it numerous advantages.
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Circuit Foil to invest €36.5 million in Luxembourg production facilities

20-02-2020

Copper foil manufacturer Circuit Foil will invest €36.5 million to increase the production capacity of its facilities in Wiltz in norther Luxembourg. A new building will house new machines as well as around 20 additional jobs.
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Luxembourg among top 10 locations for European expatriates

19-02-2020

Luxembourg ranks 9th in a recent listing on cities offering the best quality of life for Europeans abroad. The city thus keeps its place on the top 10 list.
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University and start-up to work on in-orbit satellite repairs

18-02-2020

The University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) signed a partnership agreement with the space start-up LIFT ME OFF. The cooperation provides crucial research support for tackling future needs of autonomous in-orbit satellite repairs.
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Financing the cleantech transition

17-02-2020

Adequate financing is crucial for the transition to a sustainable, environmentally friendly economy, and one of the central topics that will be discussed at the 2020 Cleantech Forum Europe in Luxembourg on 18-20 May 2020. Luxembourg is a leading centre for green and sustainable finance. Key players will participate in the forum to share their experience and establish new partnerships.
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