The details of the car-sharing system by the CFL, to be launched by the end of this year, are still unknown. The official launch has been reported. So far, it has only been confirmed that it will comprise a fleet of 84 vehicles, available at around 20 stations.
The butchers’ Krack has declared bankruptcy. Established in 1965, with two branches (Luxembourg and Hesperange), the 14 employees are now assisted by the trade union LCGB to get back any arrears in salary and benefits related to the bankruptcy.
In 2015, the Luxembourg state has spent €4.112/inhabitant on health. However, it lies in the lower bracket with 4.6% spending of GDP; the Danes have spent 8.6% on their health sector in that year.