AMCHAM Luxembourg aims to offer its members and the wider public valuable information concerning the Grand Duchy as well as transatlantic relations through its publications.
Newsletter and Magazine Connexion
Dear Members and Friends,
Because of the current Corona medical crisis, and to comply with social distancing rules, AMCHAM has cancelled all face-to-face events for the foreseeable future.
But we are not on vacation! Our staff are working remotely gathering information to share with you and lobbying with the government to ensure your interests are considered as part of the public decision process. To keep you informed in the current fast paced environment, we have replaced our quarterly magazine with a weekly newsletter. You can find the most current AMCHAM Newsletter issue here and other earlier magazine issues. Please feel free to re-transmit any and all of our Newsletters to as many of your friends and work colleagues as you wish! Please also feel free to submit articles of interest which we will consider to publish as appropriate and within our space availability.
We are also actively engaging with our fellow AMCHAMs in Europe to commonly engage with and lobby EU officials to ensure the protection of our member companies and their employees. Likewise, we are working hard with our committees to develop virtual events on a variety of topics and will begin to launch them soon.
Be assured we are here for you if you need us so feel free to contact us with comments, recommendations and questions at: email@example.com
With respect and very best regards,
Paul Schonenberg and the AMCHAM Team
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The AmCham newsletter covers a wide range of topics, from the COVID 19 policies, the activities of AmCham’s committees, including interviews with business leaders in Luxembourg and articles on related economic developments in the Grand Duchy, the Greater European Region, and the U.S.
Expat Profile Snapshots
This handbook provides an overview to help professionals and business owners understand the rules, practices and customs of the Luxembourg business environment as well as the realities and cultural context of the workplace environment, the governmental and social support systems. This fourth edition is available as book and as USB business cards.
Articles and Information
Articles and information of general interest, presented at events or published by affiliated organizations.
The attractiveness of Luxembourg as a business hub- Luxembourg’s unique economic status has brought with it a set of unique challenges. This has forced Luxembourg to engage with its EU partners – and those in the OECD – on areas such as tax harmonisation. But they are not issues that will harm Luxembourg’s long-term success as a place to do business. It is just a sign the country is coming of age.
The Integration Issues booklets are cofinanced by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals and OLAI as part of AMCHAM’s Proactive Diversity and Integration Initiative for First- and Second-Language English-Speaking Minorities in Luxembourg.
To effectively promote Luxembourg and its various advantages for conducting business, PwC has sponsored a presentation – in collaboration with AMCHAM – to position Luxembourg as the ideal gateway to address the European market. The presentation also contains data on the economy, finance, corporate taxation, IT players, employment and labor costs. This PDF can be downloaded free of charge.
The second book published by AMCHAM is Playing Her Part: Perle Mesta in Luxembourg by the Luxembourg author Paul Lesch in celebration of the U.S. Embassy’s 50th Anniversary on November 7, 2001. The book tells the story of the first American Minister to Luxembourg after World War II (1949-1953) who was known for her unique diplomatic style.