Money advice: A tale of two Chinas

In his regular money advice column Dave Deruytter asks if China has overtaken the rest of the world in digitalization. With its booming coast and...

World economy: The rise of the robots

Dave Deruytter looks at the world economy, suggesting that the human to cyborg route may happen faster than we think. Will humans dream of...

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,...

Belgian health: Taking the pain out of health care

James Drew guides you through the Belgian health service’s recent changes to how you are reimbursed.   As of February this year, at the end of...

Belgian housing market remains relatively stable

Some pockets of the global housing market seem to be on the mend, while others signal prudence. Figures from the US residential housing market...

Finance tips: Beware of the internet of thieves

In his regular finance tips: Dave Deruytter takes a hard look at those pesky online bandits. The Internet of Things (IoT) has been a buzzword...

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...

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...

Migrant problem: EU-Turkey deal one year on

Gerry Callaghan reviews the state of flux in the migrant problem. The EU-Turkey deal has been in force for just over a year now, and...

Politics: The EU in the year ahead 2019

Our politics correspondent Gerry Callaghan consults his crystal ball… It seems like not a day passed in 2018 where Brexit was not at the forefront...
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