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 Published 11.12.2013

“No forced redundancies” says Clearstream

Finance: A major employer in Kirchberg will reshuffle its employee assignments to prevent job cuts in Luxembourg, and meanwhile has reached a record high in assets under custody. Financial services ... arrow

 Published 10.12.2013

ECJ led by “its own prejudcies” says trade group

Legal: Employers association FedEE has issued a strong critique of an initial European Court of Justice opinion on holiday pay. An employers group has blasted a recent report issued by a European ... arrow

 Published 09.12.2013

Top European prize for “The Congress”

Film: Ari Folman’s “The Congress”, co-produced by Luxembourg’s Paul Thiltges Distribution, has won the European Animated Feature prize at the European Film Awards. Luxemburg walked away with one of ... arrow

 Published 06.12.2013

Visions of sugarplums

Community: Father Christmas visited the British ambassador and the British Ladies Club in honour of Saint Nicholas Day. The residence of the British ambassador recently turned into Santa’s ... arrow

 Published 06.12.2013

Schools budget tops €1.6 billion

Education: Luxembourg’s expenditures on state-run primary and secondary schools skyrocketed from 2002 to 2011, a new government report has said, but the Grand Duchy still proportionally lags its ... arrow

 Published 05.12.2013

Nordic countries seen as more honest than ...

Public sector: Luxembourg is viewed as the 11th least corrupt country worldwide and 4th least corrupt in the EU, a new NGO survey has found. The Grand Duchy is the 11th least corrupt country in the ... arrow

 Published 04.12.2013

Polfer back in city hot seat

Politics: Lydie Polfer is set to be officially named as the new mayor of the city of Luxembourg following Xavier Bettel’s appointment as prime minister. The appointment of the new government has had ... arrow

 Published 04.12.2013

Parties give blessing to new government

Politics: As expected, meetings on Tuesday evening of the memberships of the DP, LSAP and Déi Gréng parties voted in favour of the new coalition government’s policy programme and for the appointment ... arrow

 Published 04.12.2013

Luxembourg remains under average

Education: According to the latest PISA survey, students in Luxembourg schools have improved their reading skills but still perform below the OECD average in all areas, with no less than 39% lagging ... arrow

 Published 03.12.2013

Leaks force new government’s hand

Politics: Despite the best efforts of coalition leaders to keep the new government’s programme and composition under wraps, media leaks have revealed all. Or so it seems. Following 14 negotiation ... arrow

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