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A crowd of at least 2,000 bargain-hunters lined up yesterday in Brussels’ Nieuwstraat for the opening of the country’s second outlet of the Irish low-cost clothing chain Primark.

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The Dutch fashion chain Mexx has declared bankruptcy. The group had been struggling financially for some time.

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Antwerp city council has announced plans to take action against the growth of night shops because of their negative impact on the image of the city and its commerce.

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Belgium needs to catch up when it comes to e-commerce, or online shopping capabilities, said digital agenda minister Alexander De Croo during an e-commerce trade fair in Kortrijk.

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Belgium has given the world many distinctive international brands. Our selection highlights the wide reach of the country’s enterprising style.

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An American company has entered the race to break the payment terminal monopoly in Belgium currently held by Worldline, formerly known as Banksys.

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Belgian retailers lost about 1.16% of their turnover in 2013 to shoplifting and vendor fraud, according to the Global Retail Theft Barometer released Thursday by Checkpoint Systems.

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Atrium, the Brussels Capital-Region’s commercial agency, is cancelling its Afterwork Shopping campaign, which saw many shops open until 20.00 on Thursdays.

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Uplace, a massive new shopping and leisure centre planned for Machelen, just outside Brussels, suddenly received the necessary environmental permit to go ahead with the project, first granted by Fl

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