Women in the boardrooms: EU cracks the glass ceiling

The European Parliament today voted with an overwhelming majority (459 for, 148 against and 81 abstentions) to back the European Commission’s proposed law to...

Tax structures: Crickhowell goes offshore

For some enough is enough when it comes to tax structures. The small-business owners in the Welsh town of Crickhowell must have thought when...

Money tips: Black gold loses its lustre

In our monthly money tips column Dave Deruytter wonders aloud: Why is energy so cheap and will it last? The term 'black gold' as a...

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...

Brussels lockdown: The cat’s out of the bag

Brussels has been in the eye of the storm this past week. But the way the city and its inhabitants handled the situation was...

French seek haven in Belgium

The village of néchin in Belgium, located just a mile from the French border and the town of Roubaix (Nord), is comprised of 27% of French, often...

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...

Economy and money tips: Inflation is back

Dave Deruytter looks at the economy, in particular the state of bonds, stock markets and mortgage rates. Inflation is back at levels not often seen...

BNP Paribas Fortis: The expat’s partner

From his office on the twelfth floor of a high-rise, stately building opposite the North train station in Brussels, Salvatore Orlando (30) oversees the...

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...
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