Belgium’s hotel restaurant and catering sector in a crisisWednesday, 05 December 2018 13:24
The minister comments in the Sudpresse publications, “As well as being a significant provider of jobs, ‘HoReCa’ contributes to the dynamism and the conviviality of our towns and cities.”
He explained that the sector also contributes to Belgium’s ability to attract tourists. “It was, however, weakened by the necessary security environment linked to the Brussels attacks. That has had repercussions on its activity volume, by the ever present impact of the urban improvement works and by mobility concerns. I therefore wish that a support measure be implemented. Such action will enable affected workers to simplify their approaches to adjustment, deferring or the exemption from social security contributions.”
The Brussels Times
Flemish Minister for Innovation Philippe Muyters (Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie, N-VA) on Friday launched an action plan on artificial intelligence, focussing on…
A resident of the U.S. state of Ohio is on a fast with a difference: no food, only beer.
The rate of absenteeism at bpost increased significantly in 2018, according to the annual report of the national postal utility.
A day dedicated to peace and remembrance was organised this Friday in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, three years to the day after the…