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  1. Luxembourg delegation reaffirms strong ties with UAE

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    A financial delegation headed by HRH Prince Guillaume, Crown Prince of Luxembourg, accompanied by HRH Crown Princess Stéphanie, and led by HE Pierre Gramegna, Luxembourg Minister of Finance, is in Dubai today to promote closer collaboration between Luxembourg and the UAE in financial services.

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  2. Luxembourg showcases its expertise in Asia

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    A financial delegation from Luxembourg led by Luxembourg Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna is underway in Asia stopping in South Korea, Japan, at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong, as well as in Beijing to promote Luxembourg’s expertise in international finance. The tour also includes Taipei, Taiwan where experts from the fund industry highlighted Luxembourg’s expertise in the cross-border distribution of investment funds in a seminar organised by the Luxembourg Fund Association (ALFI).

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  3. Truly modern Michel Majerus

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    The prestigious Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York has acquired a second painting by the late Luxembourg artist Michel Majerus regarded as one of the most promising artists of his generation to hail from the Grand-Duchy.

    The painting "Splash Bombs I" (2002) follows "What look good today may not look good tomorrow" (2002) acquired by the museum in September 2014. Michel Majerus's international career was in its prime when his life was cut short in a plane accident in 2002, while working on an exhibition "Project Space" for Tate Liverpool.

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  4. Luxembourg moves up two spots in Corruption Perceptions Index

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    In the 2014 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index, Luxembourg has scored 82, rising to 9th place, from 11th place last year, putting it in front of Germany, Belgium and the UK. The Index ranks countries on how corrupt their public sector is perceived to be. It is based on a 100-point "corruption perception" scale, where zero equals a "highly corrupt" perception and 100 means the country is perceived to be very clean.

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