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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...
Dear Sirs and Madams,Last year in January 2016, Minister Van Overtveldt proposed a tax overhaul that would gradually reduce Belgium’s high corporate...
2/3 of respondents say the presence of a regional headquarters is key for future investmentsAs international companies re-evaluate their corporate footprints,...
The Belgian startup scene is booming. 2016 was a record year for fundraising, and the country’s startup culture is growing.Belgian startups raised a...
Belgium is the 8th most attractive investment location in Europe, according to EY’s 2017 Barometer on Belgium’s Attractiveness. The US remains the...
In a move that reflects recommendations in AmCham Belgium’s Tax Horizon 2020 position paper, this week the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)...
US companies play a significant role in Belgium’s biopharmaceutical sector. They invest here, create jobs and produce medicines that help treat people...
Shampoo, conditioner, the Burj Khalifa and car headlights – what do these have in common, you may wonder? Silicones! During our Company Visit to Dow...
The Trump Administration’s tax reform plan promises to transform the global business and investment environment. This is an opportunity – and an...
Belgium remains the most expensive eurozone country in which to employ people, according to the latest figures from Eurostat. While government reforms are...
In February 2017, Belgium adopted new legislation that creates more flexibility at work for both employers and employees. The ‘feasible and agile work...
On March 9, 2017, Count Paul Buysse gave a keynote address on Brexit and the challenges and opportunities ahead for Belgium. Count Buysse is the Chair of the...
Belgium’s flourishing R&D sector and the newly implemented Innovation Income Deduction – which reflects AmCham Belgium’s recommendations...
 The economic relationship between Belgium and the US remains strong, according to AmCham EU’s new report The Transatlantic Economy 2017. Below we...
Our Committee Chairs look back on everything that we accomplished together in 2016, including such highlights as our #Yes2Belgium campaign and significant new...
With dense and multimodal transport connections, qualified and multilingual staff, well-developed freight networks and its central geographic location, Belgium...