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  1. 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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  2. Luxembourg Finance Minister calls for coordinated efforts in international tax matters

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    Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna called for a coordinated effort by the international community to deal with tax matters. Speaking at the 4th annual LFF seminar in Milan, Gramegna also highlighted the steps Luxembourg has taken towards greater transparency, and outlined how Luxembourg’s financial centre offers Italian finance professionals an international platform to serve their clients’ business activities.

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  3. Luxembourg Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna visits Brazil

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    A financial delegation headed by HRH the Crown Prince of Luxembourg accompanied by the Crown Princess and led by HE Pierre Gramegna, Luxembourg Minister of Finance, is currently visiting Brazil. 70 high-level executives from Luxembourg’s international financial centre have joined the official delegation.

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  4. BBC World Business Report

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    Nicolas Mackel explains how Luxembourg came to be a global centre for business and finance. "It's a founder member of the European Union, nestled discreetly between Belgium, France and Germany. But the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has been attracting some rather unwelcome global publicity of late. Put bluntly: is Luxembourg helping multinational business escape its fair share of tax?" That is the question raised by a BBC World Business Report.

     

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  5. Building bridges with the Middle East

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    Xavier Bettel and Pierre Gramegna participated in the World Islamic Economic Forum, and met with government officials and leading representatives of major banks and financial institutions in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

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  6. Bloomberg news: Bottom Line

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    Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna talks about the European Commission's probe of a 2003 Luxembourg tax agreement with Amazon.com Inc. Gramegna, speaking with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line," also comments on the European economy and trading of China's currency in Luxembourg. (Source: Bloomberg)

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