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The International Property Rights Index (IPRI) is the flagship publication of Property Rights Alliance. The IPRI scores the underlining institutions of a strong property rights regime: the legal and political environment, physical property rights, and intellectual property rights. It is the world’s only index entirely dedicated to the measurement of intellectual and physical property rights. Covering 125 countries the 2018 IPRI reports on the property rights systems affecting 98 percent of world Gross Domestic Product and 93 percent of world population

Luxemburg’s IPRI scores 8.297 placing it 6th in the Western Europe region and 9th in the world. Luxemburg is classified by the IMF as part of the Advanced economies group and by the World Bank as High income country.

Luxemburg’s Legal and Political Subindex scores of 8.640 in Judicial Independence, 8.429 in Rule of Law, 7.935 in Political Stability, and 9.152 in Control of Corruption.

Luxemburg’s Physical Property Rights Subindex scores of 8.855 in perception of Property Rights Protection, 9.102 in Registering Property, and 6.629 in Ease of Access to Loans.

Luxemburg’s Intellectual Property Rights Subindex scores of 8.858 in perception of Intellectual Property Protection, 7.516 in Patent Protection, and 8.1 in Copyright Protection.

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Pitch Your Start-up: €100,000 to boost your business

22-02-2019

The 5th edition of Pitch Your Start-up will take place on 21 May 2019. Local and international start-ups can already apply online to try to win the €100,000 prize. Participation is free of charge.
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The University of Luxembourg launches interdisciplinary Space Master

18-02-2019

In September 2019, the University of Luxembourg will launch a two-year interdisciplinary Space Master programme. The aim of the programme is to generate a talent pool of highly skilled engineers and innovative entrepreneurs who will be able to create and manage leading commercial space enterprises.
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Luxembourg returns to Vivatech

04-02-2019

For the second consecutive year, Luxembourg’s start-up ecosystem will be represented at the international trade fair in Paris dedicated to new technologies which takes place in 100 days. This time, the country will have an even bigger pavilion and further highlight its assets.
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Supportive policies boost entrepreneurship in Luxembourg

31-01-2019

Infrastructure and governmental policies are the main strengths of Luxembourg’s system of entrepreneurship, according to both experts and the overall population. The country also has the highest proportion of innovative start-ups in Europe.
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Industry is not dead

31-01-2019

For the Chairman of the business federation FEDIL — the Voice of Luxembourg’s Industry, Industry 4.0 is just another chapter in the process of evolution and development of a sector that remains strong and has a capacity to respond to political or technological shocks.
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