Luxembourg Luxembourg is a small country in Western Europe that is landlocked by Belgium, Germany, and France. It is such a small country that it is almost considered a principality like countries such as Monaco or Liechtenstein. The capital of Luxembourg is Luxembourg, which is really difficult to remember. Luxembourg has its own language, Luxembourgish, but French and German are also official languages. The entirety of Luxembourg is only 998.6 square miles large, only about 51 miles long and 35 miles wide. Although a secular state, Luxembourg is predominantly Roman Catholic. Since 1980 it has been illegal for the government to collect statistics on religious beliefs or practices. 87% of Luxembourgers are Catholic, including the royal family, the remaining 13% being made up of Muslims, Protestants, Orthodox Christians, Jews, and those of other or no religion. The University of Luxembourg is the only university in the country. In addition to the three official languages, English is taught in the compulsory schooling and much of the population of Luxembourg can speak English. Portuguese, the language of the largest immigrant community, is also spoken by large parts of the population, but by relatively few from outside their community. Sports in Luxembourg are not concentrated upon a particular national sport, but encompasses a number of sports, both team and individual. Cycling is the sport in which Luxembourg has had most success at a professional level, and is one of the main participatory sports amongst the general population. The country's flat terrain lends itself to the sport, with the Tour de Luxembourg being run around the country on an annual basis as a prelude to the Tour de France. Tennis is a popular sport, as it is across western Europe. There are 53 tennis clubs in the country. Football is the most popular sport in Luxembourg. The top-flight National Division is the premier domestic sports league in the country. Luxembourg was amongst the first countries in the world to be introduced to football. Luxembourg has many delicacies: French pâtisseries, cake and fruit pies, local pastries include the Bretzel, a Lent specialty; Quetscheflued, a tart; and Verwurelter, small sugar-coated doughnuts. Wine, mostly dry white wine is produced in Luxembourg, which has a winemaking history dating back to the Romans. Luxembourg's stable and high-income market economy features moderate growth and low inflatio Unemployment is traditionally low, although it had risen to 6.1% by May 2012, due largely to the effect of the 2008 global financial crisis. The population of Luxembourg is about 589,680 people, very few compared to crowded countries
Part I. Introduction and Country Background
In the heart of Europe lies one of the world’s smallest nations, Luxembourg. This nation ranks number 179th in holding the title for the smallest territorial sized country, primarily because it is 51 miles long, 35 miles wide, and has a 2,586.4 km² territory span. It is also landlocked, which infers that the nation has no open body of water along its borders. France is its neighbor to the left, Germany to the right, and Belgium to the…
investments because of the increasing competition from international beer companies in the Russian market.
In August 1998, there was a massive devaluation of the rouble that led to a 90% decrease in the stock price of SUN Brewing listed on the Luxembourg stock exchange.
The proposed NYSE listings have then been cancelled…
untaxed transactions may amount to €275 billion (about $363 billion), or 18% of GDP, per year.
The 15-nation European Parliament agreed that Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Finland, Ireland and Luxembourg will switch to the newly-created currency called the euro on January 1, 1999. Since February 28, 2002, the official currency of Italy is the Euro (€) or l'euro in Italian. One Euro is made up of 100 cents. The Euro is the new common currency of…
during World War ll. Europeans were determined to prevent massive killing and destruction from ever happening again. West European nations constructed the Council of Europe in 1949. The six founders of the European Union are Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, and the Netherlands(Theodora). In 1957, the six founders expanded cooperation to different economic sectors. They devised and signed the Treaty of Rome, which created the European Economic Community (EEC). The idea was for people, goods…
Sea with a territorial size of about 357,022 square kilometers, with about 2,389 kilometers of coastline. Overall, Germany is slightly smaller than the state of Montana. It shares borders with Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, and Switzerland (Cia.gov).
Germany’ population consists of 81,147,265 people, in which ethnic groups comprising of: 91.5% German, 2.4% Turkish, and 6.1% made up of Greek, Italian, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, and Spanish…
English IV Honors
6 March, 2015
The Lebensborn Project
In 1984, the inner party, which are the ones who make policies, decisions, and govern are very similar to Lebensborn children in the way they were looked at by the people that surrounded them. The Inner Party is known as “The Party” and are the upper class. They have privileges that the other party’s do not have. Just like the party Lebensborn children are seen as special and above others; they are also known…
Environmental Impact Assessment of 108 MW Natural Gas Fired Power Plant at
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Environmental Impact Assessment study of “Siddhirganj Maniknagar 11Km 230KV
Transmission Line Project (SMTL)” (PGCB, GoB and CEGIS 2012).
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Impact of those three (3) ES. Justification for selecting this…
argument or position of a
book or an article. If you are paraphrasing a particular argument or point from your source you must
include page numbers:
It has been argued (Harris 2001, pp. 20-21) that the main considerations are the scope of
the project, the cost and the duration of the work.
Directly quoting from your sources
You should aim to paraphrase information provided by an author in your own words rather than quote
large amounts of their work verbatim as this helps to demonstrate to…
The Containment and Treatment of Noma and The Prequalification of Drugs
Topic A: The Containment and Treatment of Noma
Topic Description The country of Canada is deeply concerned about the deadly disease, Noma, and would like to provide a solution. Noma is an infection that inhabits the face and slowly eats away at the flesh and bones around the mouth. The people most susceptible of this disease are children under the age of six, usually brought upon by poor living conditions, and improper…
ORGANIZATIONS AND DEPARTMENTS
The Investor Relations department manages relationships with analysts and investors as well as with regulatory bodies that oversee the financial markets.
Consequently, the department works closely with research analysts and fund managers to assist them in building models that…