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An institute serving citizens, companies and political decision-makers

STATEC (National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg) is an administration under the authority of the Ministry of Economics. Nevertheless, it is scientifically and professionally independent, i.e. that STATEC sets its work plan in conformity to the national and European statistical legislation, and generates and disseminates its data in complete neutrality.

Its missions are to provide public and private decision-makers, along with the citizens, a high-quality statistical information service. STATEC is committed to producing statistics, analyses and studies mirroring a detailed, reliable and objective image of the Luxembourg society.

STATEC coordinates the Luxembourg Statistical System that is organised in consonance with the principle of statistical centralisation.



This summer in Luxembourg, according to the latest count from the Ministry of Justice / STATEC, 117 companies were declared bankrupt and 70 were “liquidated” in July 2021; 63 companies were declared bankrupt in August 2021.
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The 2021 decennial population census will be conducted by STATEC, in collaboration with and the country's cities and municipalities, to count the population and housing on 8 November 2021.
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This publication provides basic statistical data on the Grand Duchy on 64 pages, easily accessible and illustrated by infographics and graphics. Note that this year again Luxembourg in figures includes "special COVID-19 pages" with data illustrating the impacts of the pandemic on the population, on the labor market and on the economy.
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In August 2021, the national Consumer Price Index, calculated by STATEC, shows a monthly increase of 1.0% compared to the previous month, mainly because of the end of the summer sales period. After adjusting for the price changes due to sales, the prices of goods and services excluding petrol products are going up by 0.3%. The annual inflation rate is increasing to reach 2.5% in August.
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Successive lockdowns, the occasional closure of restaurants, bars and non-food stores, as well as the closure of schools and remote work have led many residents to change their habits of consumption in 2020.
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Commodity prices, which have been rising since spring 2020, are pushing up output prices. Apart from oil products, the upward pressure has not yet been reflected in consumer prices in Luxembourg.
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