2014 Priorities for a Prosperous Belgium
The May 25 Belgian federal and regional elections present a window of opportunity to enact meaningful reform. In our 2014 Priorities for a Prosperous Belgium, we present recommendations for the political parties and next governments in six policy areas that have a decisive impact on current and future competitiveness: labor costs, corporate taxation, R&D and innovation, energy, mobility and the skills gap. Read more.
Policy: Focus on Research & Development
As part of AmCham Belgium's new policy strategy, the Chamber has launched a series of articles that address the key business concerns of our member companies in the run up to the 2014 elections. Our current focus is on research & development in Belgium, from tax incentives to administrative procedures. Read more.