The mission of the eight Luxembourg Trade & Investment Offices (LTIOs) is to promote business opportunities in Luxembourg and support Luxembourg companies that want to develop their activities abroad. As numerous other organisations, the LTIOs have adapted their way of working in order to comply with the various measures taken to combat the spreading of the coronavirus and protect the health of their staff and clients. However, they all remain open for business. While in many cases face-to-face meetings cannot be held at the moment, the LTIO staff can be contacted by e-mail or phone.

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