The respective presidents of the European Commission and Council, Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel, on Friday signed the agreement marking the United ...
Jan, 24
EU leaders sign the Brexit agreement: ‘things are inevitably going to change’
The respective presidents of the European Commission and Council, Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel, on Friday signed the agreement ...
Friday, 24, January 2020
Ghent station renovations will build Europe’s largest bike parking
The city of Ghent has unveiled its plans for the second stage of renovations to the Gent-Sint-Pieters railway station, including a roof ...
Friday, 24, January 2020
Coffee price war sees certain Colruyt supplies dwindle
No-frills supermarket chain Colruyt and Dutch coffee company Douwe Egberts (DE) are engaged in a trade war over the price Douwe Egberts is ...
Friday, 24, January 2020
Belgium loses confidence in self-driving vehicles
Belgian drivers' confidence in autonomous cars is on the decline due in part to media reports of incidents involving a self-driving ...
Friday, 24, January 2020
Belgium’s renewable attempts fair to spark
In 2018, renewable energy accounted for 9.4% of the total energy consumption in Belgium, far less than the European average of 18%, and ...
Thursday, 23, January 2020
Mithra boss under investigation for insider trading
François Fornieri, CEO of the Liege-based pharmaceuticals company Mithra, is reported to be under investigation by the Liege prosecutor’s ...
Wednesday, 22, January 2020
Antwerp company will work on world’s second-largest diamond
An Antwerp company, HB Company, has been given the job of cutting and polishing a diamond for Louis Vuitton said to be the second-largest ...
Wednesday, 22, January 2020