grand duchy

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the domain controlled by a grand duke or grand duchess

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A statement from the Luxembourg Ministry of Finance said, "This approval in Parliament underlines the political will to diversify and develop alternative markets within the financial services industry and to consolidate the Grand-Duchy as an integrative and diversified world class financial services hub.
NYSE:TX) announced today that, following a previously announced decision by the European Commission, the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has terminated its 1929 holding company regime, effective January 1, 2007.
In relation to the rollout of the RENITA public safety radiocommunication network, the Ministry of State seeks integrators for the integration of TETRA Mobile Stations and Accessories into the vehicles of the Emergency and Public Safety Services of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.
Summary: BRUSSELS - Sulaiman Hamid Almazroui, UAE Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, Head of Mission to the European Union, on Sunday attended the awarding of four UAE-based institutions that were selected for their best practices in Brussels.
Tenaris is confident that the EC, or the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg in its implementing legislation, will clarify that the above described effect regarding capital transfers during the transition period does not apply to listed companies, such as Tenaris, but no assurances can be given in that respect.
Summary: BRUSSELS - Sulaiman Almazroui, Ambassador of the UAE to the Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, Head of Mission to the European Union, last evening hosted a reception to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the National day of the United Arab Emirates.
Ternium is confident that the EC, or the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg in its implementing legislation, will clarify that the above-described effect regarding capital transfers during the transition period does not apply to listed companies, such as Ternium, but no assurances can be given in that respect.
has a GSM, UMTS and a fixed network license for the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg and has after less than 1 year of operation reached a market share of around 15%.
CRP Henri Tudor, a Luxembourg public research centre, is using SeeBeyond to link organizations and applications within HealthNet Luxembourg -- a Secure Telematic Network for Healthcare Professionals in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.