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The team of International Affairs of the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce is conducting a survey regarding this past year’s foreign trade agenda in order to improve our services in the future.

It should take you 15 minutes and is divided into 2 parts:
satisfaction survey regarding all the activities organised by the International Affairs of the Chamber of Commerce, to help us assess and improve our services
orientation survey to help us better assist you in developing your business abroad in 2019.

The survey is ONLY open to members of the Chamber of Commerce and its partners.

Please click here  if you would like to participate.

Thank you very much in advance for your participation (Deadline: 14/01/19)

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Belgium and Luxembourg collaborate on space resources exploration and use

23-01-2019

On 23 January 2019, the two countries singed a declaration outlining their intention to collaborate on the development of an international framework for space resources exploration and utilisation.
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[Blog post] Digital buzz: Trends and reality

14-01-2019

Executing Luxembourg’s data-driven digital strategy over the last 12 months has taken Luxinnovation’s business development team to some of the well-known technology hubs across the world but also given an insight into emerging locations and their current focus.
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Passbolt raises €460,000 and attracts the Digital Tech Fund

14-01-2019

Specialised in corporate password management, the Luxembourg start-up Passbolt has just completed a €460,000 round of financing. This capital will enable it to strengthen its teams and improve its solution.
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Luxembourg ranks 3rd small city of the future

11-01-2019

Luxembourg follows closely behind Zürich and Belfast in this ranking established by the fDi intelligence division of the Financial Times.
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Towards a circular economy model

10-01-2019

The focus and growing awareness of both politicians and the public is encouraging Luxembourg to move from a linear to a circular economy. The limitations of “extract — manufacture — consume — throw away” are becoming more and more apparent.
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