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Market Guide, operated and funded by the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, is a business directory that allows users to search for companies in Luxembourg by company name or by the products and services they provide. A directory of useful addresses is also provided.
Regulatory Agency Sites
The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation (ILR) is responsible for regulating communications and postal services, among other areas such as the railway sector and transportation. The ILR grants license to providers and monitors their activities to ensure quality and efficacy. The ILR also acts as a mediator for disputes among industries and complaints by consumers. This website is only available in French.
The Financial Sector Surveillance Commission (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier) is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the Financial Services Industry within Luxembourg. This site contains news and publications as well as relevant regulatory information sorted by sector.
The purpose of Luxembourg's Ministry of Health is to study problems relating to public health, advise public authorities and communities on health issues, ensure compliance with legal and regulatory provisions in public health, ensure control of the country's health situation, take the necessary emergency measures to protect the health, and collaborate on national and international level in the development and implementation of health policy. The site is only available in French.
The National Programming Council (CNP) is responsible for the regulation of audiovisual media in Luxembourg. They closely monitor the programs to ensure the protection of minors from inappropriate or offensive material. The CNP mediates disputes and complaints from consumers while also promoting the development of new audiovisual technology. Some features on the site are only available in French.
This publication of Enterprise Ireland, A Guide to Doing Business in the Benelux Countries, discusses business opportunities in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. The publication includes information on the business environments, investing, tax and legal issues, and operating a business in the Benelux market. This resource opens in a PDF.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg is an organization dedicated to promoting business relations between the United States and Luxembourg while also enhancing cross-cultural understanding. The chamber provides many publications and studies on conducting business in Luxembourg.
The Chamber of Commerce of Luxembourg provides information on key economic indicators, publishes international business resources, and provides information on launching a business in Luxembourg. The site is available in French but German and English limited versions are available.
The Guichet Business Portal is an online resource that provides Luxembourg business news and economic analysis. The site provides a wide range of articles dealing with important business and economic issues in Luxembourg. Information on how to conduct business in Luxembourg is also provided through this business portal.