Money tips: Expat Financial Affairs 2016

The British Chamber of Commerce presents ‘Expat Financial Affairs’, offering essential advice in English on managing your finances as an expat in Belgium. Get direct...

Art investment: The emotional bond

Dave Deruytter looks into how art investment can have an emotional and monetary value. More and more art galleries and fairs come to Brussels. Why,...

EU launches TV crime series

Europe's broadcasting union has launched a new "cross border" TV crime series designed to help "bring together" a divided continent. The Team is a...

Brussels Parliamentarium: An open door on Europe

James Drew chats to Stephen Clark about the Parliamentarium. It has now been five years since the European Parliament's visitor centre, the Parliamentarium, first opened...

European defence: The case for EU coordination

In his regular EU politics pieces Gerry Callaghan reports on the EU’s push for greater European defence coordination. The European Union has called on member...

Behind the scenes of “zero growth”

There is a lot of talk about zero economic growth in the western press these days, particularly in Europe.  Indeed, most countries in the...

World economy: Deflation

Dave Deruytter looks at why the economy is in deflation and how we can get out of it. Economic growth around the globe is essentially...

ING Belgium: Looking after expats banking needs

Together spoke to Dave Deruytter, the man in charge of ING Belgium dedicated expat services. Who is Dave Deruytter? I am married with Kathleen and father...

Tax: The winds of change in Belgium

Belgium finally has new governments, both federal and regional, and it also has a sixth State Reform.Many changes are on the way. What are...

EU politics: Cleaning up the lobby

Our EU politics expert Gerry Callaghan tracks a plan to make lobbyist activities more credible. Lobbyists in Brussels have taken the unexpected step of acknowledging...
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