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Salt Lake City – An economic delegation from Luxembourg led by Crown Prince Guillaume and deputy prime minister and minister of the economy, HE Etienne Schneider is visiting the Salt Lake City area from May 11 to 13 for visits, meetings and discussions with senior government officials, including Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox and the leadership of the Governor’s Office for Economic Development (GOED).
During an economic seminar at GOED, representatives from one of Europe’s smallest member states will report on the country’s past economic success and on its economic ambition for the future.
The 10 person delegation is also visiting and meeting the leadership of several companies in the Salt Lake area. They also plan to explore opportunities for collaboration with several of Luxembourg’s biomedical research institutions with the University of Utah’s Huntsman Cancer Institute.
The visit also marks the official opening of the new Luxembourg Honorary Consulate in Utah. David G. Murrell IV has been nominated Honorary Consul of Luxembourg for Utah.