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More than half of consumers want to shop on Sundays, and to shop longer in the evenings, according to a study of 1,300 Belgians.

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The addition of two new Ikea stores this year in Hasselt and Mons (pictured) has contributed to an 11.2% sales increase for the Ikea Group in Belgium.

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After City2 shopping mall in Brussels, now the shopkeepers in Rue Neuve have also decided to no longer hold Sunday openings, they reported in a press release, writes De Standaard.

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A man was arrested on Tuesday morning at the City2 shopping mall in Brussels' Rue Neuve after the police received a call from the suspect himself, saying he was wearing a bomb belt.

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Prices for food and non-alcoholic beverages in Belgium last year were 8% higher than the average prices across the European Union, according to a Eurostat study.

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To increase accessibility to Brussels city centre, the Brussels government this week decided to introduce an electric city bus that will run from Avenue Louise to Rue Antoine Dansaert, writes D

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Several shopkeepers in Rue Antoine Dansaert, one of Brussels' busiest shopping streets, are showing their love for their city and refusal to succumb to the fear of terrorism, with heart stickers.

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Brussels adds another evening market to its growing list, with the addition of a Tuesday market on Place du Luxembourg from 19 April.

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E-commerce in Belgium last year reached a record turnover of €8.2 billion, according to industry group BeCommerce, thanks in part to an exceptional fourth quarter.

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