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 Published 04.06.2015

Is a seventh Chinese bank in sight?

Finance: Luxembourg could again catch something of a coup from Chinese authorities, attendees heard at this week’s RMB Forum. arrow

 Published 04.06.2015

50 take out ‘Jo’ adverts

Politics: A group of Luxembourger business and cultural leaders have bought full page advertisements in support of their own planned “yes” vote in Sunday’s national referendum. A group of 50 civic ... arrow

 Published 03.06.2015

The world’s top countries for high-skilled ...

Statistics: Six out of ten workers in the Grand Duchy have tertiary education qualifications, the highest rate in the world, as illustrated by this international data firm. According to the World ... arrow

 Published 03.06.2015

Firm “loves to travel”

Rebranding: Family owned Sales-Lentz is splitting its coach and travel agency businesses and launching a new identity for the holiday company. Family owned mobility firm Sales-Lentz will seperate and ... arrow

 Published 02.06.2015

“Hollywood has taken a lot of ‘licence’”

Fundraiser: Francois Pienaar talks to Delano about being depicted in a famous film, what he took from the rugby pitch to the business world, and why he is in Luxembourg this week. He was portrayed by ... arrow

 Published 02.06.2015

Opportunity knocks

Editorial: Valid arguments on both sides, the 7 June vote is too close to call. But hopefully it will lead to greater political participation by foreigners. Recent opinions polls have showed that the ... arrow

 Published 02.06.2015

Church and state in Luxembourg

Carte blanche: Why was the religious funding question dropped from the 7 June referendum, asks Jérôme Faber. When I was asked to write an article about the views of AHA on the agreement between the ... arrow

 Published 02.06.2015

Do not miss the bus!

Theatre: The European premier of Greyhounds, an Actors Rep production of a Daryl Lisa Fazio play, is a sure fire winner say our pair of critics. In Daryl Lisa Fazio’s play ... arrow

 Published 02.06.2015

Why Luxembourg’s “primary income” matters

Carte blanche: Gross national income, not gross domestic product, should be used for international comparisons of the Grand Duchy’s economy, writes Carlo Klein. Luxembourg is considered an ... arrow

 Published 01.06.2015

Marathon fever sweeps through Luxembourg City

Sport: The 10th edition of the ING Night Marathon brought a contagious party atmosphere to the capital over the weekend. Luxembourg City was transformed into a sea of bright orange on Saturday night ... arrow

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