Surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany, Luxembourg is a small European country that enjoys the highest per capita GDP. It is many thanks to the international openness and fiscal policies which have paved an early road to development. The harmonious co-existence of agriculture and industries is a rare combination. Luxembourg is an industrial democracy with good income households and a high standard of living. Export and tourism are the industries with high employment in the country and the financial sector is a reckoning force. This also made the country exposed to the global crisis caused by the activity halt during the pandemic.
According to the IMF, the growth was estimated at a negative 5.4% in 2020. Though the trade in the financial services grew, trade, mainly exports and consumer demand domestically declined dramatically during the safety measures. Being one of the wealthiest countries in the world, Luxembourg has been able to use its surplus funds to counter the economic effects of the pandemic. But the expenditure combined with no return turnover has left the country in a tight position. The public debt was recorded at a glaring 26.9% during this time which is the lowest in the region. The country has been coming along strongly against fiscal evasion in the last few years and has taken to automated exchanges in the finance sector.
Apart from finance, steel, tourism and IT are some of the major economic contributors. Luxembourg has been taking an active initiative to work towards a digital page in the pre-pandemic period with emphasis on artificial intelligence, 5G and HPCs (High-Performance Computers). Cybersecurity ranks 11th according to the Global Cybersecurity Index.
The country is a prime location for IT establishments because of its significant emphasis on modern infrastructure and overall digital integration. Implemented across various sectors, the pre-placed structure of digitalization has been one big driving factor in being able to keep the economy running. Though Luxembourg is set to rebound to its original growth plan (pre-2020 plan) by 2022, the global temperament towards trade, travel and other services remains muggy.
Conclusively, the favourable factors that of the IT sector help enterprises beat the competition and have been of utmost importance in service providing during the distancing period. To add, major new integrations and plans have been underway to boost the pandemic recovery. The country has poured all its strength into reformative systems to come out stronger on the other side.
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