With great pleasure on the occasion of the National Day of Luxembourg, I would like to not only share the celebration of the National Day of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, but also to introduce recently arrived Luxembourgers to the Taiwanese population. I hope this supplement will further enhance mutual understanding and Taiwanese people will learn more about Luxembourg in the fields of the economy, business, culture and tourism.
After six years of hard work, the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office (LTIO, 盧森堡台北辦事處), has seen much progress in business ties between Taiwan and Luxembourg. More importantly, Luxembourg companies, which have benefited from Taiwan's past economic growth as well as from its central location in the East Asia region, are now looking to new opportunities across various industries. On the occasion of Luxembourg's National Day celebration, we met with Hugues Mignot, executive director of the LTIO. The following is an edited transcript of our conversation.
Luxembourg's National Day celebration was born out of the tradition of celebrating the birthday of Grand Duchess Charlotte -- born in January 1896 and grandmother of the present Grand Duke Henri -- and was moved to June 23 in the summer of 1961.
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