On Sunday, Het Nieuwsblad reported on ONSS figures that show the introduction of smart tills for the catering business has helped to create up to 22,000 new jobs.
Over 200 students gathered in Brussels last week to celebrate the top JA companies from across Europe. This year, 37 student-teams competed as part of JA Europe’s flagship JA Company Programme, which gives them the opportunity to set up and run a real business.
Belgians remain enthusiastic savers, with savings accounts still being very popular despite low rates.
The first Burger King of Wallonia, located in the Rive Gauche in Charleroi shopping centre, was inaugurated on Monday noon before its official opening scheduled for Tuesday at 10:00.
In 2016, investments by local authorities amounted to 3.1 billion euros, down almost 30% from the 4 billion invested in 2012, according to the Belfius annual study, which focuses on the financing of local authorities in Belgium.
Brussels Airport expects no less than 232,000 passengers, of which 131,000 will depart during the coming weekend.
While banks lent a record amount to businesses in the first quarter - € 142.1 billion, according to the Febelfin sector federation - SMEs remain the poorest with regard to access to credit, points out the Union of the Middle Classes (UCM).
The hotel sector of the Belgian coast is doing better: for the first time in almost 10 years, it has once again surpassed 6,000 hotel rooms, said the VRT on Wednesday.
The Kingdom's first Burger King fast food outlet will open on Wednesday, 28 June at the Kinepolis cinema site in Antwerp, where it will replace a Quick restaurant.
Minister of Finance Johan Van Overtveldt (N-VA) is waiting for a decision on the corporate tax reduction (Isoc) to be taken at the two super councils of ministers announced this summer.