Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce
A one of the fastest growing economies in the world, China continues to attract companies of all shapes and sizes to its markets. However, opportunity also can be a challenge. It is strongly recommended to be aware of the up-to-date laws and regulations at first in order to gain a success in China. 1. Methods
Patricia De Backer
The French-Belgian Chamber of Commerce North of France (CCFB) welcomes all Belgian and Luxembourg companies having projects in the Hexagon. As the French market is not only geographically close but does also represent a 60 million consumers market, Belgian companies easily consider crossing the border. As in all foreign or new markets there is one
Camille Desauvage
At the heart of 100 million consumers market in a range of 300 km, Wallonie Picarde – the western part of the Hainaut province – is ideally located at the gateway of Wallonia, between Lille and Brussels and directly connected to Flanders. When it comes to investment projects, the region sparks the interest of many Belgian
Bert Mons
The Province of West Flanders – as it name says, in the western part of Belgium, bordering the North Sea – is characterized by a unique ecosystem of SMEs (mostly family-owned companies) and multinationals such as CNH, Barco, Bekaert etc. At the end of 2016, the province counted 115.013 active companies, 21% of the Flemish total.
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