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As part of the “Neistart Lëtzebuerg” initiative, the Luxembourg government renewed, at the end of 2020, a series of temporary measures aimed at stimulating business investment in the COVID era-19. It concerns in particular the production equipment, circular economy, innovation, digitalisation and energy efficiency.

In this context, with the support of FEDIL, the Chamber of Skilled Crafts, the Chamber of Commerce, the Fédération des Jeunes Dirigeants and Neobuild, Luxinnovation and the Ministry of the Economy hosted a webinar (in French) detailing the mechanisms of this law.

During this webinar, introduced by Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot, the ministry’s specialists explained in detail how this law works.

You will find below the presentation slides as well as the link to the replay of the webinar.

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