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 Published 29.04.2014

Looking onshore

Nordic banking: Retiring Nordea chief Jhon Mortensen says the end of banking secrecy is “a good thing.” Twenty-nine nationalities “at last count” work at Nordea Bank in Neudorf, which is ... arrow

 Published 29.04.2014

Indian attractions

Trade and investment: The Indian chamber’s fifth anniversary was marked with a pledge by Luxembourg’s deputy prime minister that his government will not take any “business unfriendly decisions”. A ... arrow

 Published 29.04.2014

May laurels

Luxembourg traditions: A “Méekranz” is a wreath made of fresh foliage, weaved by the village youth each year on May 1st, explains native Luxembourger Carole Miltgen. The ingredients for a successful ... arrow

 Published 29.04.2014

European election debate

Politics: Amcham, together with Delano and the European Parliament’s Information Office in Luxembourg, is hosting a town hall meeting with local candidates for the European Parliament elections. Amid ... arrow

 Published 28.04.2014

Euroelections Delano on newsstands

Media: The May edition of Delano polls the fresh candidates trying to make voters care about the EU again. The image many have of the European Parliament as being packed with has-been politicians is ... arrow

 Published 28.04.2014

Netherlands, Belgium dominate Junior Open

Sport: Dutch boys took six and Belgian girls took four of the top slots at the Luxembourg Junior Squash Tournament over the weekend. The fourth Luxembourg Junior Squash Tournament was held this ... arrow

 Published 25.04.2014

Who works in the Grand Duchy?

Friday fact file: Poles are the 6th largest, British are the 8th largest and Spaniards are the 10th largest foreign nationality working in Luxembourg. Cross-border commuters make up roughly 47% of ... arrow

 Published 24.04.2014

“Property Partners” no more

Real estate: A Luxembourg property firm rebrands as Inowai as part of its international growth and diversification plan. Real estate firm Property Partners has re-branded itself as Inowai. The 15 ... arrow

 Published 23.04.2014

“Misdelivery” most common IT privacy error

Computer security: Three quarters of accidental data disclosures globally occur in the public sector, according to a major US telecommunications and networking provider. Governments around the world ... arrow

 Published 22.04.2014

State to retain majority share in utility

Energy: Two German companies aim to sell their combined 38% stake in Luxembourg energy firm Enovos by the end of the year. A pair of German firms aim to dispose of their stakes in Luxembourg energy ... arrow

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