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Luxembourg will blaze a trail next year in the development of autonomous and connected driving technologies when the centre and south region become a test laboratory.

The news was announced from the Frankfurt motor show on Thursday where economy minister Étienne Schneider, and sustainable development minister François Bausch, along with German transport minister Alexander Dobrindt, signed a joint declaration to cooperate on the common digital experimental site.

It means that the three countries have committed to work together to create a cross-border environment where innovative technologies can be tested on all road categories.

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