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Mercer's 2021 Cost of Living city rankingMercer’s 2021 Cost of Living city ranking reveals the most and least affordable locations for international employees worldwide. The index reflects the prices of over 200 items in the fields of housing, transportation, utilities, food, domestic supplies, home services, personal care, clothing, recreation and healthcare, and alcohol and tobacco. It also highlights essential factors such as currency fluctuations, cost inflation and accommodation price instability, which employers need to take into account when determining the cost of expatriate packages.

Luxembourg is in 63rd place in the ranking. While this is higher than in 2020, when the city ranked 83rd, it is still well behind many other European cities such as Copenhagen (16th), London (18th), Paris (33rd), Amsterdam (44th) and Brussels (53rd).

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LIST-NUXE research partnership for innovative natural cosmetic ingredient

21-10-2021

The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) and Société de Recherche Cosmétique (SRC) have announced the launch of their first joint innovation project. Their cooperation is aimed at developing a new, innovative natural cosmetic ingredient to be used by French cosmetics producer NUXE Group.
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International rankings (2/4): International, innovative and competitive Luxembourg

19-10-2021

Luxembourg Trade & Invest continues to look at what international rankings say about Luxembourg when put together. Today, the focus is on internationalisation, innovation and competitiveness.
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The first local point of entry

11-10-2021

The Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office (LTIO) Abu Dhabi plays a key role as local coordinator and business contact during Luxembourg’s participation at Expo 2020 Dubai. Executive Director Loïc Bertoli speaks about Expo ambitions and business benefits.
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Luxembourg allocates largest R&D budget per person in the EU

08-10-2021

According to Eurostat, Luxembourg devoted the highest allocations to R&D in the EU with €648 per person in 2020.
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The city where skateboarding is not a crime

08-10-2021

"The city is a halfpipe," claims Visit Luxembourg and refers to the great skateboarding spots that can be found in the very city centre. A feature that attracts young, urban and open-minded people from across the world.
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