26th April 2023

Unilateral import ban and transit ban imposed, Luxembourg is for the more complex solution

The European Commission wants a temporary ban on the export of five Ukrainian products to the five neighbouring countries of that country. With this import ban, she meets the peasant protests in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic against dumping ‘cheap’ Ukrainian products on their [...]


18th April 2023

Paintings with “stories to tell”: growing Luxembourg’s fine arts collection

After positions at the famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and other fine arts institutions in Utrecht, Nijmegen [...]


2nd May 2023

No end in sight for European inflation and rate hikes

Prices in the euro area countries rose slightly more strongly in April than in March. This is mainly due to the fact that gas, oil and other energy sources became more expensive again compared to a month earlier. Food prices also continued to rise [...]