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Public limited company
headquartered at 2 rue Christophe Plantin L-2339 Luxembourg
listed in the Luxembourg Trade and Companies register under the number B147973
VAT number : LU 234 460 34
Authorisation of establishment n°10026582/1 issued by the Ministry of Economy (19-21 Boulevard Royal, 2449 Luxembourg) on 13 February 2014.
Phone: (+352) 49 93 1
2, rue Christophe Plantin L-2339 Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 49 93-1
CEO: Paul Peckels
HEAD OF PUBLICATIONS
Editor in chief: Douwe Miedema (DM)
Reporters: Heledd Pritchard (HP), Zuzanna Reda-Jakima (ZJ), Kathryn Oglesby (KO), Yannick Lambert (YL), Julie Edde (JE), Emery Dalesio (ED), John Monaghan (JM)
The publications produced by Saint-Paul Luxembourg SA aim to provide information that contributes towards creating a democratic, tolerant and fair society in respect of the Luxembourg constitutional order. They help towards the construction of Europe as well as any national or international effort aimed at creating peace and justice in the world. Saint-Paul Luxembourg publications support humanism and the fundamental values of Christianity, especially Catholic social doctrine.
The group's publications aim to apply to the entire population living or working in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and neighbouring regions. They give a prominent place to national and local information taking into account the traditions, diversity and the continuing evolution of Luxembourg society.
At the centre of its work is the right to public information, offering readers complete and general information of a high quality. Saint-Paul Luxembourg media content is characterised by its professionalism, rigour, critical thinking and intellectual honesty and not by voyeurism and sensationalism. When selecting what content to present, it seeks relevant information with regard to the functioning of a pluralistic democracy, while giving appropriate space for services and entertainment.
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