Flanders appears to be attracting more foreign companies than ever.
The arrival in Liège of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and the possible arrival in Charleroi of the Chinese electric car manufacturer Thunder Power, mark the culmination of a long-term partnersh
When we think of Belgium, we think of beer. But, however surprising it might seem, Belgium is producing more and more wine every year. Belgian organic wine has been thriving in recent times.
On 6 June, Air Belgium launched its first commercial flight from Charleroi to Hong Kong.
After China, the United States and the Middle East, Marcolini, the famous chocolatier from Brussels, will now open an additional 10 new stores, including its first in Dubai.
The Prince Albert Fund awarded diplomas to 26 young Belgians last month who were commissioned to go and work abroad by a Belgian company.