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Posted on 03 April 2023 by Team

The population of Luxembourg is thus composed of 52.8% of Luxembourgers and 47.2% of people with foreign nationality. The number of foreign nationals has grown rapidly since the end of the Second World War. Since 1961, the foreign population has risen from 13.2% to 47.2%.

Small in size, Big in growth: Luxembourg's population sees a staggering 26% increase since 2011, making it one of the fastest-growing countries in Europe.

Ireland is now home to more than two-thirds of European ETF assets, with a 67 percent market share and assets under management of €939bn. Luxembourg is the second-largest domicile with €276bn, representing a 20 percent share.

Luxembourg may be the wealthiest country in the world, but it's not just the luxurious hotels that make it worth visiting. With free public transportation, visitors can easily explore the countryside and its 70 stunning castles, including Vianden and Clervaux. From fairytale landscapes to a rich history, Luxembourg offers a truly unique and magical experience.

The Luxembourg government will conduct its second national test of the warning and information system for the population on 3 April 2023. The test will use sirens, SMS, and the GouvAlert mobile app.

GLF hosted its 6th Investment Case Symposium, titled GLF–Luxembourg Finance for Nature.

The investigators have since cracked down on the organisation that was offering fake marriages for a price between €5,000 and €7,000 to young men from Cameroon.

The Grand Duchy, a whimsical fountain pays tribute to this tradition, a sculpture made by local artist Wil Lofy in 1982 and aptly titled Hämmelsmarsch. It stands on the site of Roude Pëtz, a well built around 1740 to supply water to the Fortress of Luxembourg until it was demolished following the 1867 Treaty of London.

Luxair Luxembourg Airlines Launches New Route to Pescara, Connecting Luxembourg to Italy's Adriatic Coast.

Digitalisation of the visa procedure introduces the possibility of applying for a Schengen visa online, and it replaces the current visa sticker with a digital visa, making the process less troublesome.

Revolutionising Train Travel: France's TGV-M Takes High-Speed Rail to New Heights!

Prince Guillaume and Princess Stéphanie of Luxembourg introduced their newborn son Prince François Henri Luis Marie Guillaume two days after his birth.

The little prince is third in line to the Luxembourg throne after his big brother, Prince Charles, who was born in May 2020.

Crash, who was injured in a car accident, is the first-ever cat to be the brand’s official “spokesbunny” for the year.

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