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    The Embassy of Luxembourg, New Delhi, has a vacant position for a "Visa & Consular Assistant."

  • Luxembourg to be the first European country to guarantee mineral ownership rights in space Statement 07/06/17

    The Grand Duchy is expected to join the US in offering a legal framework allowing companies to exploit the 'off planet economy'. The next big step in space will indeed be the extraction of minerals from near earth objects, like asteroids. Luxembourg is set to take a big leap towards becoming the first European country to guarantee mineral ownership rights in space. This development entails that Luxembourg becomes a preferred location for space related business. Recently, the US based 'Planetary Resources' and Japan based 'Lunar Robotic Exploration' decided to establish their headquarter for European operations in the Grand-duchy.

  • Luxembourg’s Got Talent: The Grand Duchy stands in third place in the IMD World Talent Report Statement 07/06/17

    The leading indexes and ranking agencies such as INSEAD Global competitiveness index, Eurobarometer & European Commission, Eurostat and World Economic Forum have reaffirmed that Luxembourg has a large, highly skilled and multilingual talent pool.

  • U.S. Insurer FM Global chooses Luxembourg as its new EU hub Statement 07/06/17

    U.S. commercial property insurer FM Global plans to locate its European hub in Luxembourg to ensure continued smooth operation of its business following Britain’s decision to leave the EU.

  • Luxembourg city ranks 3rd in AIRINC’s “Global 150 Cities Index” Statement 07/06/17

    Luxembourg city scored 3rd rank in ‘Overall Attractiveness’ category in the AIRINC’s Global 150 Cities 2017 Index. Luxembourg fared better than cities like Munich, Brussels, Amsterdam, London, Vancouver and New York. The index is a ranking of 150 of the top global locations according to the financial and lifestyle benefits they offer. It combines local salary levels, tax rates, living costs, and living conditions to assess how appealing each location is to live in. The data is collected by AIRINC’s own in-house survey team, who continuously research the costs and living conditions of many cities around the world to evaluate international mobility

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