All new cars in Europe are to be equipped with a radio receiver compatible with DAB+, the digital radio which is due to gradually succeed FM broadcasting.
A new tax convention between Belgium and Japan enters into effect on Saturday, the Embassy of Japan announced on Friday.
It will not be possible to introduce 5G technology in Belgium in 2019, L'Echo and De Tijd both report on Friday.
On Friday morning, the Brussels Criminal Court sentenced a man to a 15-month suspended sentence for assault and battery, as well as obstructing a police officer in the execution of his duty.
Friday, 18 January 2019 12:25

Opening of 97th Brussels Motor Show

The Brussels Motor Show opened to the press on Friday morning, before doing likewise for the general public on Saturday.
The students marching for action against climate change will go on until they see real change, according to Anuna De Wever, the 17-year-old instigator of the movement.
Former migration and asylum minister Theo Francken, already enmired in the scandal of humanitarian visas for sale, appeared to sink even deeper yesterday – thanks to the man arrested for taking part in the traffic.
More than 1,500 jobs are under threat in call-centres that work for Proximus, according to the General Federation of Belgian Workers (Setca).
The New Look chain of clothing stores has announced at a works council meeting that it intends to file for bankruptcy for its six Belgian stores, the CNE and Setca unions said on Thursday.
Salaries in Belgium are still higher than in neighbouring countries, but the greater productivity of Belgian workers sharply reduces this handicap, according to the Central Economic Council, CCE.
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