“The Luxembourg Times’s inaugural magazine will take an in-depth look at the upcoming national elections in October, comparing the views and policy priorities of the Grand Duchy’s many non-voting residents with those of voters. It will also explore the under-reported but real risks facing the economy and give a political voice to the financial services sector, which often goes quiet over electoral periods. The LT’s first issue will also contain interviews with heavy-hitters from Luxembourg and Brussels, Brexit analyses and stories on the EU’s ongoing tax reform efforts and their impact on the Grand Duchy. Readers will also find comprehensive reports on English-language schools in Luxembourg and the best of our local-tourism guides on the Hub”.


Jim Robinson, chief editor