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Business leaders, entrepreneurs, self-employed individuals… all of you have many questions about the measures to be taken in the exceptional situation we are currently facing.

The Ministry of the Economy has published on its website some “Frequently Asked Questions” available in three languages (French, English, German) and updated on a regular basis. They provide concrete answers and details about the measures taken by the government.

Read this Frequently Asked Questions section here.

In parallel, the Guichet.lu reception desk remains open to the public but is now only accessible by appointment from 23 March -until further notice.

 

 

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