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Visit Luxembourg via a virtual tourThe restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic has led many of us to use internet in new ways. Virtual visits to places and events is also one of the trends identified by Luxinnovation that will shape the post COVID-19 market. Luxembourg offers a wide variety of virtual tours to tourist hotspots, museums and main cultural events.

You can take a virtual stroll through Luxembourg City and enjoy a 360° view of the cathedral, the Grand-Ducal palace or the old fortifications. Or go to one of the many museums – the National Museum of History and Art, the MUDAM Museum of Modern Arts or the Luxembourg City Museum are just a few examples.

As the pandemic has prevented the 2020 editions of some main events such as the Schueberfouer fun fair and the UNESCO-protected Hopping Procession in Echternach, you can discover them through online photo exhibitions and social networks.

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LIST: Towards greener hydrogen

18-09-2020

In partnership with the French company 3D-Oxides, the Luxembourg Institute of Science & Technology (LIST) is working on a research project designed to make hydrogen production easier, cheaper and more environmentally friendly.
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A governance solution for finance and space

16-09-2020

Irish start-up Modus3 has chosen Luxembourg as its basis for developing and commercialising its enterprise governance platform. Working with an innovative combination of fintech, regtech and space technology, the company is impressed with the hands-on support provided to young businesses coming to Luxembourg.
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10 key technologies shaping the post COVID-19 economy

16-09-2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our ways of living, working, consuming and travelling, and has had a huge impact on companies’ and consumers’ use of technology. Luxinnovation lists 10 key technologies that will play a crucial role in the economy over the months and years to come.
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Luxembourg: maintained AAA rating and stable economic outlook

07-09-2020

Two credit rating agencies, Fitch and DBRS Morningstar, confirmed Luxembourg's AAA rating on 4 September 2020. The two agencies also estimate that the country has the capacity needed to face the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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New information for international companies

04-09-2020

Two new sections on the Luxembourg Trade & Invest website expand the information available and go into more detail about the advantages of doing business in Luxembourg and the support available to companies interested in the Grand Duchy.
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