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This year for the first time, sick or disabled employees in Belgium cost the federal government more than the unemployed, writes De Tijd.

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The paper Eco Cheques – vouchers to buy green products in Belgium, often provided as part of an employee contract – will soon be replaced by an electronic version.

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During a VRT talk show on Sunday morning, deputy prime minister Alexander De Croo (pictured) reopened the discussion about company cars, and called for a revision of the system.

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About 78% of Belgian households with children say that the child benefit they receive from the state is an important part of the family budget.

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More than half a million ecocheques go unused in Belgium every year, according to a parliamentary question from CD&V’s Stefaan Vercamer to economy, employment and consumer affairs minister Kris

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Last year, 6,461 people living outside of Belgium received disability allowance from Belgian social security, totalling nearly €63 million, reports Het Nieuwsblad.

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Nowhere in Europe are there as many company cars on the roads as in Belgium. There are about 786,000 company cars riding around in Belgium, or one in five.

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"Health insurance physicians are often too easily swayed by patients who pretend to be disabled," says Rufij Baeke of the Syndicate of General Practitioners.

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