Brussels households spend nearly 5.5 billion euros annually in the retail trade, of which 3 billion for consumer goods, Brussels Enterprise Accompaniment Agency (hub.brussels) revealed today in a study.
Federal minister for foreign affairs Didier Reynders has called on the regional government of Wallonia to suspend all arms sales to Saudi Arabia, following the revelation that the arms were used in the civil combat in Yemen, in breach of an agreement allowing the export.
With a global score of 6.84/10, Brussels Airport has dropped to the 115th spot in Air Help’s ranking, which gives scores to 132 airports worldwide according to passenger-experience.
Four companies in Brussels have begun tests of having deliveries made by electric bicycles instead of motor vehicles, the VRT reports.
The former owner of the Royal White Star Bruxelles football club will bring legal proceedings against Belgium in an international court and will ask for a minimal compensation of €5 million.
A 12-metre long ship docked in Ostend on Tuesday after crossing from England entirely without crew, Belga reports.
Belgian logistic companies are benefitting from a surge in online shopping in Belgium, as a growing number of consumers in the country continue to favour their laptops over the high street.
Saudi Arabia is using weapons and arms technology in the civil war in Yemen, despite assurances given by the Walloon regional government when export licences were granted.
Carousel fraud in Belgium reached almost €45 million in 2018, rising significantly from last year's figures, according to a joint report by Flemish daily De Tijd and German investigative media Correctiv.
Four out of five people find the mobility situation in Belgium “deplorable,” according to a poll carried out by La Libre newspaper and UCM, the organisation for the self-employed.