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According to the 2019 edition of ETH Zürich’s KOF Globalisation Index, Switzerland is the most globalised country in the world, followed by the Netherlands and Belgium. Luxembourg is in 17th place globally in the ranking that takes into account economic, social and political globalisation.

However, the country performs strongly in terms of economic globalisation and ranks 4th in the world. This subdivision takes into account both trade and financial globalisation

Luxembourg also ranks 1st in the world in terms of social globalisation. This sub-domain comprises three segments: inter-personal contacts, flows of information and cultural proximity.

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ArcelorMittal develops 3D-printed ventilator prototype

01-04-2020

Many companies are currently using their innovative capabilities to help alleviate the COVID-19 sanitary crisis. The R&D team of ArcelorMittal has developed a protoype for a 3D-printed ventilator which, if successfully tested, could be produced rapidly.
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COVID-19: Mobilisation of R&D at all levels

01-04-2020

Faced with the global COVID-19 pandemic, institutional and private players in research, development and innovation are stepping forward. The first results are already tangible.
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Luxembourg Trade & Investment Offices remain open

27-03-2020

Despite the restrictive measures put in place in a high number of countries across the world to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, all Luxembourg Trade & Investment Offices remain open to companies interested in finding out more about doing business in and with Luxembourg.
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Luxembourg launches unprecedented economic stabilisation programme

27-03-2020

In response to the economic challenges arising from the coronavirus crisis, the Luxembourg government announced on 25 March 2020 the launch of a massive stabilisation programme for the national economy. Measures for a total of €8.8 billion will help companies face the immediate shortage of cash and maintain employment.
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Fit 4 Start - Edition #10 postponed

20-03-2020

Luxinnovation and the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy regret to announce the postponement of the spring 2020 edition of the Fit 4 Start programme.
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