Belgian SMEs in good shape but could invest more

Belgian SMEs in good shape but could invest more

Belgian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are in good financial shape, but could invest more, according to the ninth annual report on SMEs by the Graydon firm in collaboration with the UCM employers’ association and Unizo, which represents self-employed entrepreneurs.

Police open internal investigation following leaking of Interior Ministry plans for migrants

Police open internal investigation following leaking of Interior Ministry plans for migrants

Belgium’s police have opened an internal investigation following the leaking of information on plans by Interior Minister Jan Jambon to question undocumented foreigners, Jambon said on the Ter Zake programme of the Flemish public broadcasting network, VRT.

Israeli - Palestinian conflict: “The European Union should have an ambition to play a more committed role”

Israeli - Palestinian conflict: “The European Union should have an ambition to play a more committed role”

The Prime Minister, Charles Michel, is of the view, “The European Union’s ambition should be to play a more committed role” to resolve the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.

Brussels Summer Festival: Orelsan, Roméo Elvis and Raphaël will all rock up

Brussels Summer Festival: Orelsan, Roméo Elvis and Raphaël will all rock up

Orelsan, Roméo Elvis and Raphaël are three of the five initial names announced for the Brussels Summer Festival 2018.

Brussels: commemorative plaque in honour of Patrice Lumumba

Brussels: commemorative plaque in honour of Patrice Lumumba

There will soon be a commemorative plaque in honour of Patrice Lumumba. He symbolises independence in the Congo, nowadays known as the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Brussels: Low-emissions zone not enough - ARAU

Brussels: Low-emissions zone not enough - ARAU

The establishment of a low-emission zone in Brussels is not enough to reduce traffic and slash the concentration of pollutants in the air, says the Research and Urban Action (ARAU) workshop, which advocates extending the zone to the Brussels beltway and introducing an urban toll.

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