Legislative elections--this Tuesday from 7pm

Which companies to welcome? Follow our roundtable live

In the run-up to the forthcoming legislative elections, the Paperjam+Delano Business Club is organising four thematic roundtables. The second, devoted to the economy and the companies that Luxembourg could host, will take place on Tuesday 6 June and can be followed in French on paperjam.lu and in English on delano.lu.

Will the climate emergency eventually force a complete change of economic paradigm? Or will Luxembourg be able to take advantage of its relatively healthy economy to adapt gently? Between the warnings, notably from the Chamber of Commerce, and the progress made by Eco2050, the final results of which will not be known until September, how can we maintain the pace of the financial centre as a driving force, encourage a more virtuous approach to the environment and continue to diversify the economy?

The economy will be almost as central an issue as housing in the next election campaign. That’s why the Paperjam+Delano Business Club has chosen it for the second of its four pre-election roundtables, to be held on Tuesday 6 June. Discussions on taxation will take place on 27 June, while the big debate between the top candidates will be held on 19 September.

The debate will bring together the minister for the economy, Franz FayotFranz Fayot (LSAP), the minister for small and medium-sized enterprises, and tourism, Lex DellesLex Delles (DP), François BenoyFrançois Benoy (déi Gréng), Claude WiselerClaude Wiseler (CSV), Fred KeupFred Keup (ADR), Gary Diederich (déi Lénk) and Tommy KleinTommy Klein (Piratepartei).

Hosted by event partner PwC Luxembourg, the discussions will be moderated by Benoît TheunissenBenoît Theunissen and Thierry LabroThierry Labro from 7:00pm.

If you would like to watch this debate, you can register via this link.

This round table will also be broadcast online on www.paperjam.lu (in French) and on www.delano.lu (dubbed in English) thanks to the support of the Union des entreprises luxembourgeoises. On Inwink, a streaming in French will be reserved for members and guests of the Paperjam+Delano Business Club.

The debate will be broadcast at 7:00pm.

This story was first published in French on Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.