All you ever wanted to know about Luxembourg e-shops
Luxembourg isn’t just a financial centre. Over the past few years, Luxembourg has made significant efforts to diversify its marketplace and to ensure its attractiveness as one of the leading countries in Europe in IT/IP and e-commerce. Recently, Luxembourg was ranked by the ITU among the top 10 countries worldwide in terms of overall ICT development (October 2013).
The AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers) took the hint and chose Luxembourg to host its Half-Year Conference from 20–22 November 2013. One seminar is dedicated to e-shop and is entitled ‘Are you ready to launch an e-shop? Catches and pitfalls to avoid’. So we strongly invite you to join us at the AIJA Half-Year Conference to find out more about e-commerce and would take this opportunity to share with you some legal tips to bear in mind before launching a website targeting Luxembourg…
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