Recapping the highlights and happenings of the week in Luxembourg

LuxembourgPosted on 13 March 2023 by Team

Luxembourg reported the lowest over-qualification rates overall in 2021, regardless of the workers' citizenship, with 4.8% for over-qualified nationals, 5.5% for citizens of other EU countries and 8.2% for non-EU citizens

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Monthly minimum wages vary widely across the Member States, from €399 in Bulgaria to €2,387 in Luxembourg.

The inauguration of the new Sports Department building will take place tomorrow. We are delighted to give you a glimpse of this modern infrastructure. The building offers stunning views of the Stade de Luxembourg and Gasperich’s iconic water castle.

Emergence of New Wave Crypto Ransomware Targeting Luxembourg Sends Shockwaves Through Cybersecurity Community.

The Embassy of Ukraine in the Kingdom of Belgium said Luxembourg sent another batch of humanitarian aid to Ukraine, namely 14 armored ambulances produced by the British company “Venari”.

In Europe, the Siklos is specifically indicated for the prevention of recurrent painful VOCs in adults, adolescents, and children ages 2 and older with SCD. In Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, the therapy is available as 100 mg, film-coated tablets, taken by mouth once daily, preferably in the morning before breakfast.

Europe is introducing a new authorisation system for visa-exempt visitors to the European Union or the Schengen Area.

Footage from Strassen in the northwest of Luxembourg shows snow coating sidewalks and large flakes coming down.

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Severe Weather Alert: Adverse Weather Forecast Across Multiple European Countries - Stay Safe and Stay Prepared as Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, and Netherlands Brace for Unpredictable Conditions Until March 10.

The Entry/Exit System (EES) and the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), SIS will be part of the interoperability architecture of the basis of the most advanced border management system in the world, that is being built by the EU.

The grants are expected to support worker training programs for up to 1,415 trainees, including unemployed and underemployed people as well as current employees. The businesses receiving grants are involved in education, financial services, health care, information technology, manufacturing and production, and transportation.

Luxembourg operates thirty speed cameras and one red light camera. Last year, the country spent 432,500 euros to repair the devices after they were burned or spraypainted by opponents of automated ticketing -- an annual bill of roughly 14,000 euros per camera.

Ireland has emerged as the place to domicile ETFs in Europe due to its favourable tax treaty in the US.

FEDIL Shipping acts as the shipowners’ association in Luxembourg whilst the Brazilian Association of Cabotage Owners is ICS’s second member based in Latin America.

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