Luxembourg, an attractive and dynamic market
With a surface area of 2,586 km2 and a population of about 511.00 inhabitants (January 2011), the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, one of the smallest member state within the European Union, is located between Germany, France and Belgium. As Luxembourg has always been supportive of economic opportunities, of the development of foreign relations and of larger scale integration, the dimensions of its economy and of its home market are exceeding the size of national territory.
The country, with its open economy exporting more than 85% of its production, was an ardent defender of the introduction of the euro.
Luxembourg is a trustworthy and recognized economic and political partner both on an european and international level and is integrated in one of the main economic and monetary unions. Besides, the Grand Duchy plays a key role in the development of the Greater Region, the cross-border area composed of the Grand Duchy and its neighbourring countries Germany, France and Belgium.
The main advantages of the country are its strategic location in Europe, the quality of transport, logistic and telecommunication infrastructures, the skilled and multilingual workforce, the political and social stability, the legislative and fiscal framework, the multicultural environment, the open and international spirit and the high living standard.
The products and services offered are of high quality. They are provided by the Grand Duchy’s economic operators which can derive benefit from their competence and innovation spirit mainly based on industrial culture and confirmed experience in the field of services, especially of financial services.
Do you want to have more information on the Luxembourg economy in general? Do you want to know why investing in Luxembourg? Do you want to have a look at different analysis, surveys and studies carried out by or in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce? Do you want to read the opinions written by the Chamber of Commerce? Then, we invite you to have a look at the sections here after: