Flanders appears to be attracting more foreign companies than ever.
During the latest State visit to Portugal, Guylian chocolates celebrated the twentieth anniversary of their partnership with Project Seahorse, a group that works to preserve marine ecosystems.
Bruges brewery De Halve Maan, which markets Straffe Hendrik and Brugse Zot, has just signed an agreement with Portuguese company DCN Beers to market its beers in Portugal.
Stefan De Loecker will take up the reins as CEO of Beiersdorf AG from 2019. This German multinational is mainly known for the Nivea cosmetics brand.
Belgium has long cherished the ambition to transfer to energy from sustainable sources. The six offshore wind farms in the North Sea are clear evidence of this.
The Brussels jewellery houses Wolfers and Leysen, suppliers to the Belgian Court, will now be managed by Chinese investors.