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 Published 07.11.2014

Government seeks to weather LuxLeaks storm

Politics: Prime minister Xavier Bettel and finance minister Pierre Gramegna have said that tax rulings unveiled by the so-called LuxLeaks papers comply with national and international law. arrow

 Published 06.11.2014

Are we older and wiser?

Debate: An MP, two economists and a business leader asked if Europe has learned from the economic crisis during an Oxford style debate Wednesday evening. arrow

 Published 06.11.2014

Catch award-winning poet this Sunday

Culture: Brooklyn born poet, performer, and educator Aja Monet will perform at Konrad Café this Sunday, 9 November. Aja Monet is a poet, performer, and educator from East NY, Brooklyn, best known as ... arrow

 Published 05.11.2014

€290 per EU citizen

Budget: The European Court of Auditors gave last year’s EU spending a “thumbs up”, but its president said more could be done to ensure effectiveness and warned of ballooning obligations. The European ... arrow

 Published 04.11.2014

First Chinese mutual fund

Finance: China’s largest bank has entered the European investment fund market. The move is part of a big push, both globally and in Luxembourg, into new markets. arrow

 Published 03.11.2014

Savour local flavours

Food & drinks: Dunkin’ Donuts arrived over the summer; the people are clamouring for Starbucks. But what’s wrong with local fare? The opening of Luxembourg’s first Dunkin’ Donuts over ... arrow

 Published 03.11.2014

What happened?

Europe: An Oxford-style debate next month asks if euro area countries have taken the right measures following the global economic crisis. Are we any closer to really understanding the implications of ... arrow

 Published 31.10.2014

Juncker in charge

Europe: The former prime minister of Luxembourg has symbolically taken the reins in Brussels. Luxembourg’s former prime minister has ceremonially taken over as the head of the EU’s ... arrow

 Published 30.10.2014

“Where has the money gone?”

Finance: A Swiss asset manager has accused the Luxembourg investment firm co-owned by Thierry Leyne and Dominique Strauss-Kahn of making unauthorised trades worth up to €8 million. A Swiss asset ... arrow

 Published 29.10.2014

Getting into the spirit

Family: The British Ladies Club reports spooky sightings; more anomalies anticipated in the coming days. Strange appearances were recently reported in the north of the capital, with more sightings ... arrow

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