Flemish public transport authority De Lijn has suspended an order for 970 new electric buses, De Tijd reports. The buses were ordered in December last year ...
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Transport authority De Lijn suspends order for 970 electric buses
Flemish public transport authority De Lijn has suspended an order for 970 new electric buses, De Tijd reports. The buses were ordered ...
Friday, 18, September 2020
Brussels wants tougher rules on Airbnb-like rentals
Brussels is among 22 major European cities asking tougher regulation against vacation rental platforms like Airbnb, which they say is bad ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
ECB announces €73 billion relaxation in regulations for major banks
The European Central Bank (ECB) will ease regulations for the major banks it supervises in light of the "exceptional circumstances" of the ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Brussels has a new taxi app for people with mobility issues
The Brussels taxi service has launched a new app for people with mobility issues. Handycab is a phone app which brings together all of ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Climate change in Belgium threatens beer and fries, says report
The production of two of Belgium’s iconic products, beer and fries, could be severely affected by climate change, according to a report ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
5G rollout: provisional licences challenged in Brussels court
The granting of provisional 5G licences to five telecom operators has been appealed against by three organisations and five private ...
Wednesday, 16, September 2020
Bankrupt tour operator Thomas Cook relaunches online
Defunct British tour operator Thomas Cook was relaunched Wednesday by Chinese conglomerate Fosun, which had bought its brand for £11 ...
Wednesday, 16, September 2020