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Belgium’s top-tier football clubs contributed €700 million and a little over 3,000 jobs during the 2016-2017 season, according to a new study by the consultancy Deloitte.
There were more winners in the national lottery last year than any year before. Among them were 40 winners who became millionaires.
Belgium needs to attract more highly educated workers from abroad, writes VRT Nieuws.
Many employers in Belgium are looking to hire new employees this summer, writes De Morgen.
The Brussels-Capital Region and Seoul have signed a friendship and cooperation agreement in the South Korean capital.
Bees are crucial for pollination and thus the survival of numerous fruit and vegetables, but in urbanised areas of Belgium, it is increasingly difficult for them to survive.
A third of Belgians had no spare money to put into a savings account over the past 12 months, according to the study 'To save, or not to save?', conducted by Radio 1 in cooperation wit
Since the 22 March terror attacks in the Brussels Airport and Maalbeek metro station, 13% more businesses have gone bankrupt in the capital than the year before.
Not only government measures, but also hospitality, telecommunications and cultural industries contribute to a rise in inflation in Belgium, points out economy minister Kris Peeters in