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  1. ICT Spring 2015: Luxembourg's position as an emerging Fintech hub

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    During this week's ICT Spring, an international industry conference on recent developments in the ICT space taking place in Luxembourg and bringing together key decision-makers from around the world, Luxembourg for Finance partnered with Swift's Innotribe to stage a session on Fintech developments.

  2. Luxembourg featured in Kazakhstan

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    Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel today gave a key-note address at the 8th Astana Economic Forum, upon invitation by Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev, who opened the Forum.

  3. Central Computer: Find me the best FinTech location

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    Luxembourg for Finance has today launched a new video on Luxembourg's value proposition as a FinTech hub, communicating the entrepreneurial spirit and innovative environment the country has to offer.

  4. Passing the EUR 100 million mark

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    The Fondation de Luxembourg has had another exceptional year in terms of its philanthropic activities with the creation of ten new foundations, bringing the current number of foundations under its aegis to 55.

  5. RQFII quota granted to Luxembourg

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    Today, the People's Bank of China has announced the granting of a 50 bn RMB RQFII quota to Luxembourg. The RQFII (RMB Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor) scheme was launched in Hong Kong in 2011 and has been expanded to other jurisdictions since 2013 enabling offshore RMB to be reinvested into the Mainland securities market.

  6. Luxembourg in the top 10 performing countries for ICT

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    Luxembourg is ranked 7th country in Europe and 9th worldwide when it comes to  leveraging information and communication technologies (ICTs) for social and economic impact, according to the latest Global Information Technology Report pubished by the World Economic Forum.

  7. The success of small countries and markets

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    Credit Suisse has published another “Success of Small Countries Report.” In the report, they found that small developed states and separate customs territories were economically more successful that their larger peers and that, importantly, they tended to be more globalized.

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