It has an area of 4,443km², making it the largest Belgian province. At around a quarter of a million residents, it is also the province with the smallest population, making it the most sparsely populated province in an otherwise very densely populated country.
The Arelerland or Arlon region (in red on the following map of the province) alongside the border with the neighbouring Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has the particularity that many residents speak Luxembourgish instead of the Walloon (French) dialect(s) spoken elsewhere in the province.
The Luxembourg-based firm is also the single biggest shareholder in Milanese merchant bank Mediobanca with 19.4% and the second-biggest investor in Italian insurer Generali with 9.8%. It owns a 27% stake in Paris-listed Covivio and is a long-time investor in bank UniCredit ...
The Luxembourg-based firm is also the single biggest shareholder in Milanese merchant bank Mediobanca with 19.4% and the second-biggest investor in Italian insurer Generali (GASI.MI) with 9.8% ... investor in bank UniCredit (CRDI.MI) with a 2% stake.
Details of the arrests were first published in French newspaper Le Parisien... For reasons unknown he was then released. ... They revealed how the firm used a shell company in Panama and included an EncroChat member sharing the details of a bank account in Luxembourg with an associate for conducting EncroChat business. ... U.S ... Then last year, U.S.
China’s exposure to Taiwanese banks was the second-largest, with Luxembourg third, followed by Hong Kong and Japan, the central bank said ... After the US and China, Luxembourg remained in third position, with Taiwanese banks’ exposure on a direct risk basis at US$39.72 billion, down ...
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) -The head of the EuropeanCentralBank told euro zone finance ... A second official said Lagarde told the meeting in Luxembourg that fragmentation was a “serious” risk that would be addressed, and warned that the bank’s commitment should not be put into question.
LUXEMBOURG, June 16 (Reuters) - Euro zone finance ministers urged a return to budget discipline on Thursday to help the EuropeanCentralBank fight the risks of a new debt crisis in the bloc amid high inflation, falling growth and market tensions.