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Henley Passport Index 2021The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically reduced international mobility, but as vaccine campaigns roll out, there is hope that travelling will gradually resume. Using exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) – the world’s largest, most accurate travel information database – enhanced by Henley & Partners’ research team, the Henley Passport Index provides an overview of the ease of travelling for different passport holders. The study includes 199 different passports and 227 different travel destinations.

Luxembourg passport in 4th place

Luxembourg passport holders can travel to 190 countries without the need for a visa. This puts the country in 4th place, a ranking that it shares with Italy, Finland and Spain. The ranking is topped by Japan, followed by Singapore, South Korea and Germany.

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Support for Luxembourg companies to find qualified talents

20-02-2024

Employment agency ADEM outlines strategies for helping companies find the best candidates and the impact of a new immigration law in facilitating recruitment.
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Digital twins: towards a common Luxembourg approach

13-02-2024

Researchers in Luxembourg are using digital twin technologies to address complex challenges while contributing to the goal of creating a federated national model.
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An unexpectedly good hiking destination

09-02-2024

A writer at The Times takes a ramble through Luxembourg's south and names the country "Europe's best hiking destination".
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Space Resources Accelerator: ESRIC leads historic lunar initiative

02-02-2024

Luxembourg-based European Space Resources Innovation Centre has been entrusted with conceptualising the world’s first business accelerator for the lunar economy.
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Breaking data barriers: Dynaccurate’s healthtech innovation journey in Luxembourg

28-01-2024

Dynaccurate’s technology harmonises data using artificial intelligence. Applications for the technology are vast, especially in health and life sciences. All sectors where precise meaning is necessary can benefit, and this can include defence, law and engineering to name a few. CEO Dermot Doyle talks about how the company innovates in Luxembourg, which provides many possibilities for research partnerships.
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