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The introduction of price-rounding in Belgian stores since 1 December has left many consumers wondering what to do with their bags of unwanted one- and two-cent coins.

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Belgium's four biggest retail banks are planning to merge their cash machines into one standardised nationwide network from next year.

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Staff of VRT are being “strangled” by the government’s budget cuts, according to protesters who marched from the public broadcaster’s building in Schaerbeek to the offices of the Flemish min

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A Belgian cooperative aiming to build a new ethical and sustainable bank has successfully hit its €30 million fundraising target in just one month.

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Shops across Belgium will apply price-rounding to the nearest five cents whenever a customer pays in cash from next month.

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Flemish minister-president Jan Jambon, also responsible for culture in the Flemish government, has published his policy plan for the coming four years.

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To open a bank account you need to provide proof of identity: a passport or Belgian residence card.

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Expats tend not to arrive in Belgium with a suitcase full of money extracted from their savings and investments.

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Belgium's itinerant Museum of Capitalism has taken over the Bourse - that temple to commerce in central Brussels - having previously travelled to Ghent, Arlon, Namur, Saint-Gilles and Mons.

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