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Luxembourg is a founding Member of the European Union (“EU”) and represents today a unique Grand Duchy in the world. The Luxembourg State is a representative democracy, under a constitutional monarchy, whose crown is an inheritance from the Nassau family.


The constitutional monarchy system is perfect for this country where social agreement and dialogue prevail and where governmental stability is an example.


Since 2000, His Royal Highness, the Grand Duke Henri is the Head of the Luxembourg State.


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In addition to the political and social stability, Luxembourg, one of six founding members of the European Union (“EU”), provides its residents with one of the highest living standard in the world. Luxembourg gross domestic product per inhabitant ranks Luxembourg ahead of Switzerland, the United States, Japan, or the United Arab Emirates.


The population of Luxembourg is very international, work forces speak many different languages (e.g., French, German, Luxembourgish, English, and Dutch), and the tax and social environment is very competitive.



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The history of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg starts in 962 when Othon 1st created the Saint Germanic Empire.


Sigefroi (922 - 998) was the first count of a territory that would become the county of Luxembourg. The following year, he acquired the "fortin Lucilinburhuc" (which means little fortress and is the origin of Luxembourg's name) by an exchange contract with Saint-Maximin’s abbey in Trier, and made a county of it.


In 1308, the count of Luxembourg, Henri VII, was elected King of Germany and was crowned as Emperor in Rome in 1312.


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