After inziping XLSX, in the _rels folder, you'll find the .rels XML file. In it, you'll find
somewhere with the Target tag, and the contents is "/docProps/core.xml".
This is the problem. LibreOffice can only accept the Target tag with a value
of "docProps/core.xml". Note the first slash character.
If you remove the starting slash character, then re-zip the whole thing,
rename as XLSX, LibreOffice opens it fine.
Fix "docProps/app.xml" and "docProps/custom.xml" and "/docProps/app.xml" and "/docProps/custom.xml" must do the same!
Funnily, LibreOffice accepts "/xl/workbook.xml" for the workbook part. So I dont know why dont accept slash before "docProps/app.xml" and "docProps/custom.xml".
This is far from being a critical or even a blocker bug.
While it is annoying it seems that your file is not created by MS Excel.
This file IS NOT generated by Excel but it is generated by OpenDocument SDK from Microsoft (.NET library for generating XLSX files)
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