Law and policyLuxembourg’s legal framework is hardly conducive to a start up culture. Entrepreneurs must first apply for a business licence, an administrative nightmare that takes 15 days, and raise starting capital of €12,500 ($17,000). The Chamber of Commerce recognised the problems of this in a January 2011 report, in which it proposed a so-called simplified limited company, for which…

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