Promotion of Luxembourgish products by state-owned companies?

As it was reported to the DP MPs Gilles Baum and Carole Hartmann, Luxair would no longer serve Luxembourgish crémant, but French champagne on their flights. For this reason, the two Eastern MPs wanted to know from the responsible ministers what the reasons are and whether it would not be appropriate to promote Luxembourgish products through Luxembourg state-owned companies.

« Et ass ons zougedroe ginn, dass d’Luxair, bei där de Lëtzebuerger Staat ëmmerhin Haaptaktionär ass, op hire Flich franséische Schampes zerwéiert, a méi genee eng « Cuvée spéciale Luxair ».

An deem Kader wollte mir dem Här Minister fir Mobilitéit an ëffentlech Aarbechten an dem Här Minister fir Landwirtschaft, Wäibau a ländlech Entwécklung folgend Froe stellen:

– Kënnen déi Häre Ministeren dës Informatioun bestätegen ?

– Wa jo, no wat fir Krittäre gouf d’Entscheedung geholl, kee Lëtzebuerger Cremant méi u Bord ze zerwéieren ?

– Ass virgesinn, an Zukunft mat enger oder méi Lëtzebuerger Kellereien zesummen ze schaffe fir lëtzebuergesche Cremant a Lëtzebuerger Wäin ze zerwéieren ?

– Sinn déi Häre Ministeren der Meenung, dass et sënnvoll wier lëtzebuergesch Produiten iwwer Firmen, un deenen de Staat Participatiounen hält, méi staark ze fërderen ? »

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