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Agriculture and fishing

Agriculture is of little importance to the Luxembourg economy. It is mainly run on small family farms which largely keep cattle.

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Milk production is the dominant employment, the dairy sector accounts for almost half of the income from agriculture. This is followed by beef, but despite this, Luxembourg is a net importer of meat.

In the north, cereals are also grown, mainly wheat, barley and rye wheat, and some potatoes, rapeseed oil, vegetables and fruits. In the south, especially in the Moselle Valley, vineyards are common. Forestry is quite extensive. Timber is mainly exported as raw material.

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Agriculture and fishing of LuxembourgFACTS - AGRICULTURE

Agriculture's share of GDP

0.3 percent (2018)

Percentage of land used for agriculture

53.7 percent (2016)

2014

November

Juncker can handle a vote of no confidence

November 27th

The Luxleaks disclosure at the beginning of the month means that right-wing extremists and EU skeptic parties in the European Parliament are forcing a distrust vote against Juncker. He survives it with the numbers 461-101. Juncker himself, in an appearance a few weeks earlier, has denied having contributed to or encouraged tax planning for large companies during his reign. Juncker has also rejected all thoughts of a conflict of interest when the EU is investigating Luxembourg's actions.

Luxembourg is hung out as a tax haven

November 5

Leaked documents show that Luxembourg helped about 340 international large corporations to avoid tax, by stamping advance notice that facilitated advanced tax planning. Jean-Claude Juncker, who just a few days before taking office as new EU President, is now in a strange position when the European Commission is to press Luxembourg on information about the disclosure which will be called Luxembourg Leaks or "Luxleaks".

July

Juncker is approved as EU President

July 15

The European Parliament approves Jean-Claude Juncker as the new President of the European Commission. He was proposed at an EU summit in June, when everyone except the leaders of Hungary and the UK voted against him. Juncker was Luxembourg's Prime Minister from 1995 to 2013 and also Finance Minister from 1989 to 2013.

June

Same-sex marriage is accepted

Parliament adopts, by a broad margin, a law that allows marriages to be concluded between same-sex parties; Gays also get full adoption rights. The law amendment will enter into force on 1 January 2015.

May

Christian Democrats largest in EU elections

May 25

The Christian Socialist Party CSV receives close to 38 percent of the vote in the European Parliament elections, thus securing three seats. The Green and Democratic Party get around 15 percent and one mandate each, while the Social Democratic LSAP with just under 12 percent voter support gets the remaining mandate.

March

Bank secrecy is abolished

Luxembourg, along with Austria, is withdrawing its long-standing opposition to the EU Savings Directive and is thus ready to lift its banking secrecy. This is announced by Prime Minister Bettel at an EU summit. According to Bettel, other EU countries have provided sufficient guarantees to continue to pressure non-EU countries in Europe to also lift their banking secrecy.

 


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