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New figures reveal that an increasing number of Belgians are being forced to stay home from work due to illness.
As a sign that the country’s economy continues to stabilise, the American credit agency Moody’s has changed its outlook to stable from its previous negative rating.
According to a report by the OECD, the annual average net contribution of a mixed Belgian- and foreign-born household was €16,830 in 2013.
The latest figures released from Belgium’s central bank are good news, showing that the country’s economic growth is at its strongest since the first quarter of 2011.
Two new studies released by Oxford University Press suggest that Belgium’s political mayhem may have actually helped the country weather the global economic crisis.
The gap in Belgium is narrower than in the EU as a whole, where the difference is 16.2%, also the same as in 2010.
The commercial tribunal of Antwerp has announced the bankruptcy of Free Record Shop (FRS), at the company’s request.
The European Parliament has approved a €50 million package of support measures for Ford Genk, as part of the 2014-2020 budget.