EU time switch is good for some, not for all.

Saturday, 01 September 2018 14:19
The EU Commission has proposed a measure to the Council of Ministers to abandon the switch from summer to winter time.
The government of Flanders region has plans to take a share of Brussels Airport, according to reports in financial daily De Tijd.
For the first time in history, the Belgian Brewers’ Federation has a woman director.
Belgium’s economy grew by 0.4% in the second quarter of 2018, the latest figures from the National Bank of Belgium (BNB) showed on Friday.
Two of the government majority parties have criticised a decision by the Ministry of Defence to allow an air show next week to be sponsored by three aircraft manufacturers who are at the same time bidding for a contract to construct new fighter planes for the government.
A Belgian businessman working for a Russian company has been found dead in Moscow after apparently falling from his ninth-floor apartment.
The Royal Meteorological Institute (RMI) has declared the recent heatwaves in Flanders, involving extreme drought and unusually high temperatures, as “exceptional,” which could open the door to compensation for farmers and growers from the disaster fund.

Second-hand site warns of new PayPal scam

Sunday, 26 August 2018 10:59
Second-hand private sales website 2dehands.be has warned users of a new technique being used by fraudsters. The new scam involves trying to lure sellers off the site to complete the transaction.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Belgian investment company SBI has resigned in the aftermath of the Paradise Papers’ tax-evasion disclosures, De Tijd reported on Friday.
Dredging company Jan De Nul, one of Belgium’s most internationally successful companies, had denied accusations it took part in an Argentinian bribery scandal, currently being investigated by the country’s authorities.