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 Published 25.06.2015

Offshore tax zones cost developing countries ...

International affairs: “Special purpose entities” such as those based in Luxembourg are costing developing nations billions in lost tax revenue, according to a UN report. GENEVA (Reuters) - ... arrow

 Published 25.06.2015

Bees in the city: taste the difference

Environment: You can learn how to make honey in urban areas, explain Bee Together volunteers Crista Filip and Amanda Surbey. On 21 June, at the Nature Festival (Fest vun der Natur) at the ... arrow

 Published 24.06.2015

Smiles on soggy Duke’s Night

Luxembourg traditions: Things got off to a damp start on National Day Eve, but it’s hard to keep a good festival down. Talk about raining on a parade. Or an entire holiday festival. Monday’s ... arrow

 Published 22.06.2015

Tech clubs for kids

Education: Why and where can kids become more digitally savvy outside of school hours? It’s no secret that many successful IT people didn’t follow a traditional educational path. They ... arrow

 Published 19.06.2015

EU continues push for travel surveillance by the ...

Carte blanche: The collection of air passenger data remains unhealthily fractured in Europe, writes Kirsten Fiedler. arrow

 Published 18.06.2015

Paperjam marks 15 years

Media: Luxembourg’s leading economic and financial magazine was launched in June 2000. Now a byword in Luxembourg for legitimate, in-depth reportage and investigative journalism, Paperjam was first ... arrow

 Published 18.06.2015

Renewal and continuity at ALFI

Funds: Luxembourg’s investment industry group unveiled its five year roadmap and its new board chair. Given the growing size of the industry and the importance of investment funds as a way to save ... arrow

 Published 17.06.2015

Kid friendly shopping

Family: Looking for some secondhand or locally produced children’s goods? Head down the capital’s youth hostel this weekend. The third “Everything but the child” fair will take place this ... arrow

 Published 16.06.2015

Celebrate the blue, white & red

Traditions: The Icelandic Association hosts a national day party with lots of family fun this weekend. Help Icelanders celebrate their national holiday here in the Grand Duchy this Sunday. The annual ... arrow

 Published 16.06.2015

Banks may move parts of businesses to Luxembourg

Finance: HSBC, JPMorgan may shift some operations from London to the Grand Duchy as a hedge against Britain possibly leaving the EU, according to a major newspaper. (Reuters) - HSBC Holdings Plc ... arrow

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