Luxembourg named the safest city in the world
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Luxembourg ranks 18th on Mercer’s 2019 Quality of Living City Ranking. Vienna tops the ranking, closely followed by Zurich.

This year, Mercer has also produced a separate ranking on personal safety, an important factor when companies decide where to establish locations abroad and send expatriate workers. The criteria evaluated to establish the ranking include internal stability, crime, law enforcement, limitation on personal freedom and media/censorship. Luxembourg is named as the safest city in the world.

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A walk to remember

21-07-2021

Hiking is one of the most popular activities in Luxembourg. 5,000 km of signposted trails criss-cross the country and take locals and tourists from the hills of the Ardennes in the north to the Red Rock region in the south.
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Luxembourg’s diplomatic network: At your service

20-07-2021

Through its network of embassies and consular offices, Luxembourg is represented in many countries and international organisations around the world. The diplomatic staff can help you when setting up a business or investing in Luxembourg and assist Luxembourg companies in their internationalisation efforts.
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Reaching the whole European market

15-07-2021

Several Korean companies, such as biotech Medical & Bio Decision (MBD) and AI specialist INFINIQ, have recently opened offices in Luxembourg. Crossroads Magazine asked Younhee Kim, Executive Director of LTIO Seoul, about what attracted them to Luxembourg.
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Innovative cold chain solutions

12-07-2021

Luxembourg-based healthtech company B Medical Systems specialises in vaccine cold chain solutions and medical refrigeration. With recent innovations making its vaccine freezers more flexible and resilient, the company is playing a key role in the fight against COVID-19. Its international client portfolio, head count and production facilities are all expanding rapidly.
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Luxembourg launches official start-up web platform

06-07-2021

On 5 July 2021, Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot and Luxinnovation CEO Sasha Baillie officially launched the web platform aimed at showcasing the Luxembourg ecosystem internationally and facilitating networking.
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