With foreigners from many different nationalities making up roughly half of the population in Luxembourg, it is the most diverse of the three Benelux countries. Of the Dutch population, roughly 3,750,000 people have a foreign background. Among residents with a non-Western background, the Turkish and Moroccan communities are the largest – with 400,000 and 385,000 members respectively. The French form the largest foreign minority in Belgium, with approximately 162,000 people, followed by Italian (157,000) and Dutch (152,000) residents.
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