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The majority of Belgian entrepreneurs believe that Donald Trump's election as president of the United States will have a negative impact on the economy in Belgium, writes De Morgen
The Belgian government this year shut down more than 2,100 'ghost companies', or registered businesses that failed to submit a financial statement in three or more years, writes De
The 22 March terror attacks in Belgium have so far cost the state about €322.7 million in compensation to victims and material damage, according to figures from federal deputy prime mi
In the first seven months of this year, employers' organisation Unizo and business information bureau Graydon recorded 4.8% more start-up companies in Brussels than in the same period
After Caterpillar last week announced it will cut 2,200 jobs in Belgium and insurer AXA announced it will lay off 650 employees, Le Soir reported on the total number of job losses so far i
A new hotline for reporting suspected cases of social fraud in Belgium is only a year old, but has already received nearly 6,000 complaints.
The federal government last year collected about €16.6 million in unclaimed inheritances, reports La Dernière Heure.
Last year, 41,000 new jobs were created in Belgium and this year another 43,000 jobs will be created, resulting in nearly 55,000 fewer job seekers in 2018, and a drop in the unemployment rate from
While ambassadors on foreign trade missions never fail to mention Belgium's rich variety of beer, chips and chocolate, these delicacies are in fact not the country's main export products, writes