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The Grand Duchy's inhabitants are highly proficient in the English language as a foreign language and the country has been ranked 7th in the world. This good command of English is probably linked to multilingualism , a feature that is deeply ingrained in Luxembourg's society.
On the 13th and 14th November the 5th edition of the Luxembourg Internet Days will bring together IT experts and professionals in the Chamber of commerce. To cover the entirety of what the IT industry contains, the key topics change every year. The 2018 version is encompassing two key topics related to the TIC ecosystem.
In all, 31 still and 9 sparkling wines from the Grand Duchy were selected for the 2019 edition of the longest-standing wine guide. Among the Luxembourg wines listed, four were awarded the 'favourite' accolade, three '3 stars', six '2 stars', and ten '1 star'.
Le programme d’études Master appelé "Border Studies", récemment établi conjointement par l’Université du Luxembourg et trois autres universités de la Grande Région, répond aux défis actuels européens et de toutes régions frontalières en analysant les implications socio-culturelles, politiques et économiques.
The “FNR Awards” reward projects of excellence in the fields of scientific research, innovation and the communication of scientific topics to the general public. The 10th edition of the FNR Awards Ceremony that was hosted in the "Halle des poches à fonte" in Esch Belval, has awarded six prizes of 5,000 euros each.
Luc Emering, Luxembourgish organic farmer has been awarded the CeresAward in the "young farmer" category. It's the greatest prize awarded to farmers across the whole German-speaking region. The trophy was awarded to him as part of a ceremony at the gala evening "Agriculture Night" in Berlin.
In 2017, Luxembourg Cargocentre processed 938,000 tonnes of merchandise, once again confirming its position as one of the leaders in the freight market. What's more, the logistics sector is flourishing in Luxembourg, thanks in particular to its excellent infrastructure.