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The brewing industry, drinks wholesalers and the drinks service sector in Belgium have agreed to sit down to talks with the federal government to negotiate a code of conduct for contracts with cafe
The Belgian automobile federations are sponsoring the new chair Company Mobility and Taxation at the Brussels Studies Institute (BSI).
Brussels Airport is one of nine airports chosen to take part in an expansion of the US Customs and Border Protection department’s Preclearance programme, CEO Arnaud Feist has confirmed.
All of Flanders’ political parties, with the exception of Vlaams Belang, have approved a package of measures aimed at tackling radicalisation in the region.
The New Flemish Alliance party (N-VA) and the Christian-Democratic party (CD&V) are calling for the establishment of a central database to manage the data from egg and sperm donors and for the
Federal minister of health Maggie De Block is calling on home care associations to start trial projects that help new mothers and their babies stay in hospital for shorter periods and recover
A series of pension reforms have been approved by the parliamentary committee for social affairs.
Ghent is the first Belgian city to adopt a comprehensive action plan to combat discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, religion, age or disability.