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Despite the labor market reforms initiated by the Michel Government, the persistently high cost of labor in Belgium remains an impediment to economic growth...
On October 24, 2017, Deloitte welcomed AmCham Belgium members in their brand new offices and shared their experts’ knowledge on the very hot topic of...
The Government must continue its efforts to make Belgium’s labor market more competitive by turning towards the future and embracing transformation....
Every hour spent in traffic costs €11.72. According to calculations by the Minister of Employment and Consumer Affairs, Kris Peeters, increased congestion...
Digital disruption is compelling companies to change the way they do business – disrupt or be disrupted – and the winds of change are also sweeping...
It’s a study in contrasts: Prime Minister Charles Michel, riding a wave of positive of economic indicators, will deliver his annual ‘State of the...
The American Chamber of Commerce in Belgium (AmCham Belgium) calls for a transformation of public governance and policy in its 2017 Priorities for a Prosperous...
Ten years after the financial crisis, European countries are starting to benefit from an economic revival. Now is the time for Belgium to focus on investments...
As the summer recess has come to an end, it is time to reflect on the corporate tax reform proposed by the Federal Government. The long-awaited reform should...
The political impasse in Wallonia has ended, following intense coalition talks between MR and cdH, which resulted in the formation of a new regional government...
Belgium is a leader in clinical trials, with the second highest per capita rate in Europe, based on the number of new applications filed last year. The...
Belgium is known for offering a favorable environment for R&D and innovation activities, but how does the country fare in an international comparison? We...
Foreign groups generate nearly one quarter of total employment in Wallonia, according to a new report by the Centre de recherche et d’information socio-...
Government spending in Belgium is high yet the country’s efficiency – achieving the best results using the fewest resources – can be improved...
The Federal Government presented its “summer” agreement on socio-economic reforms, including the long-awaited corporate tax reform. On 26 July, the...
As the Federal Government races to finalize the 2018 budget, including a package of socio-economic reforms, before the end of this month, the international...
Belgium’s talented, highly educated and multilingual workforce is one of the main reasons international companies choose to invest here. As Belgium...
On July 4, Roselyne Prevost died of severe septicemia, just 13 days short of her 70th birthday. I lost a professional colleague and a faithful friend.Roselyne...
Jan Jambon, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Security and of the Interior, was the guest of honor at our 2017 Annual Dinner held on June 29 at the...
The first details of the corporate tax reform, in the hands of Prime Minister Charles Michel since he personally took over the dossier last Autumn, have begun...