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Luxembourg Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

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  • ​Overview

      • Establishment of Diplomatic Relations : March 16,1962
      • Bilateral Trade(2019, KITA)
        • Exports : $25,000,000(Floor coverings or wall converings of plastic, Tyre cord fabrics, Sensors, Other articles of plastic)
        • Imports : $68,000,000(Low grade processing copper, Valve, Other special machine, Non-woven fabrics)
      • Bilateral Investments :
        • The ROK's Investment in Luxembourg (~2018) : $11,050,000,000
        • Luxembourg's Investment in the ROK (~2019) : $4,870,000,000
      • Number of Koreans living in Luxembourg(2019) : 820
      • High-level Exchanges
        • From the ROK to Luxembourg
          • 1983  April Chairperson of the Advisory Council on State Affairs Choi Kyu-hah
          • 1996  October Minister of Foreign Affairs Gong Roh-myong
          • 2015  November Minister of Foreign Affairs Yun Byung-se(ASEM FMM12)
          • 2019  October Minister of Patriots and Veterans Park Sam-Duck
        • From Luxembourg to the ROK
          • 1997  September Hereditary Grand Duke Henri and Minister of Economic Affairs Robert Goebbels
          • 2000  October Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker and Minister of Foreign Affairs Lydie Polfer (To attend the third ASEM meeting)
          • 2001  March Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume
          • 2004  March Minister of Economy Grethen (Economic Mission)
          • 2006  October Minister of Finance and Budget Frieden and Prince Guillaume
          • 2011  April Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jean Asselborn
          • 2011  May Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Minister of Economy Jeannot Krecke
          • 2014  October Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume
          • 2015  January Minister for Finances Pierre Gramegna
          • 2017  September Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Economy Etienne Schneider(ASEM EMM7)
          • 2018  February Grand Duke Henri(Pyengchang winter Olympics)
          • 2018  July Prime Minister Xavier Bettel
          • 2019  July Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Economy Etienne Schneider