One Belgian executive out of five has been confronted with fraudulent practice during the last two years, reports a survey conducted by the EY consultancy agency of which L’Echo published the conclusions Thursday.
The French company Alstom announced on Tuesday that it had landed a contract with Norway’s railway authority to equip its trains with the ERTMS on-board train control solution and to manage the system for up to 25 years.
Antwerp port has seen steel exports to the USA sharply increase over the last few months.
The National Bank of Belgium has imposed new stricter rules on commercial banks regarding the granting of home loans to buy property.
The financial arm of Wallonia’s Government, Sogepa, could invest 150 million dollars in a project by the Chinese manufacturer Thunder Power to build electric cars at the Caterpillar site in Gosselies, L‘Echo newspaper reported on Wednesday.
Unions in four European countries, including Belgium, on Monday denounced the attitude of Ryanair toward cabin staff who had gone on strike in Portugal in early April and threatened fresh strike action if their demands are not met.
The ministers’ council approved Friday an in-depth reform of the rights of companies and associations.
The Belgian master chocolatier Marcolini will open ten new wholly owned outlets across the world, among which two at the Brussels Airport and a first store in the United Arab Emirates in Dubai, could be read Saturday in L’Echo.
Saturday saw the arrival of a self-driving delivery truck in the busy shopping streets of the centre of Mechelen.
Xavier Niel, founder of the Free telecommunications company, on Friday inaugurated “19”, a school for the digital professions, located in Uccle.