House Hunting in Luxembourg: A Restored Classic for $3 Million
Long a haven for foreign companies and their employees, the small nation is facing a housing squeeze as Europe restructures its business.
A Classic Luxembourg Home With Modern Touches
This 18th-century house with a contemporary interior renovation in Hautcharage, Luxembourg, is on the market for $3.08 million.
E.U. Court Orders Fiat Chrysler to Pay Back $33 Million in Taxes
The decision to make the automaker repay taxes saved in a deal with Luxembourg offers clues about a similar case against Apple.
‘Stop the Coup,’ Protesters Chant During Boris Johnson Visit
The British leader was booed by protesters in Luxembourg on his way to a meeting with its prime minister, Xavier Bettel, about Britain’s departure from the European Union.
A Brexit Protest, Reporters With Questions, but No Boris Johnson
A canceled news conference and a joke about the Hulk overshadowed critical meetings with European Union officials.
Senate Approves Tax Treaties for First Time in Decade
Pressure from business groups — and the triumph of Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky over his junior partner, Rand Paul — spurred lawmakers to approve updates to the international treaties.
Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg Is Dead at 98
A decorated combat veteran of World War II, he reigned for 36 years, many of them coinciding with a period of great prosperity for his small country.
The Incredible Shrinking Trump Boom
At least corporate accountants are having some fun.
European Court Rules Against 9/11 Victims Seeking $1.6 Billion From Iran
At issue in the ruling is the post-World War II practice of keeping governments immune from lawsuits.
France, Not Waiting for European Union, to Tax U.S. Tech Firms as ’19 Starts
With the ‘Yellow Vest‘ movement widening the country’s budget shortfall, the French government is accelerating a plan to hit companies like Apple, Facebook and Google with a big bill.
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