Luxembourg is a prime location for e-business for many reasons (see why Luxembourg and why ICT in Luxembourg).

Robust infrastructure has been in place since the creation of LU-CIX, the Luxembourg Commercial Internet Exchange Point in 2009, allowing e-commerce to expand.

Therefore, the country is equipped with fully redundant backbone connections to several high quality data centres and a range of business incubators. In 2005, Luxembourg was the first country in the EU to have a national Public Key Infrastructure (through LuxTrust PKI, a private company), providing online certification, based on qualified certificates, both for e-government applications and for the private sector (e-banking and e-commerce).

Many well-known e-commerce companies, such as Amazon or eBay chose Luxembourg as their headquarters for serving the European market.

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