Financial Times special report about Data and Innovation in Luxembourg
16 February 2021
The famous newspaper published a full dossier presenting Luxembourg’s ambitions to diversify away from finance and become an advanced digital economy, stimulating private-sector innovation with government-led research.
“One of Europe’s smallest states has big ambitions to diversify away from finance and become an advanced digital economy, stimulating private-sector innovation with government-led research in technologies from space mining to supercomputers and cybersecurity. Can it succeed?” is wondering the Financial Times in a series of 6 articles showing how Luxembourg has made research and innovation a priority!
This investment is here well illustrated in the digital and IT sectors, space, and renewable energies.
Access to the different articles:
- Luxembourg’s grand plan for an advanced digital society
- Luxembourg Finance minister: “Diversification is crucial”
- Luxembourg space programme to work with Nasa on moon mining
- How a tiny telco is fighting back against text message fraud
- Luxembourg wants to turn hydrogen green
- Luxembourg bets on supercomputers
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