The Chinese telecom giant, Huawei, opened its pan-European centre for transparency and cyber-security in Brussels on Tuesday with great fanfare.
Belgium’s postal services and telecommunications institute, IBPT, has fined Telenet 300,000 euros for not mentioning all transfer data on some bills, the Institute announced on Monday.
Volvo will equip all its vehicles with speed limiters set at 180 km/h for safety reasons, the Swedish auto manufacturer said.
Thanks to the new instant payment system that Belgian banks will roll out today, clients can transfer money from one bank account to another in seconds, via PC banking or banking app.
BNP Paribas Fortis bank is accelerating the closure of some of its branches, L’Echo reported on Saturday. 
Belgium wants its EU partners to introduce a European tax on commercial aviation, Le Soir reports today. It could be on aircraft fuel, currently tax free, or a VAT on airline tickets.
Following on from last week's news that BNP Paribas Fortis is to cut 2,000 jobs over the next three years, the bank also intends to speed up the closure of its branches, according to a report in De Tijd based on “well-placed sources”.
Telecom giant Huawei had a successful few days this week as the company won a number of awards and secured new 5G deals with global mobile operators during the annual Mobile World Congress.
Supermarket chain Delhaize has announced it is to leave its headquarters in Molenbeek in Brussels to move to premises in Kobbegem in Flemish Brabant, a property owned by De Pershuis, publishers of De Morgen.
Ikea has decided to install a few hot baths on the quays of the Seine from 1 to 3 March to mark the opening of its first store in Paris, but not everyone in the French capital likes the idea.