“We count as Germans do and we live as French do. I believe that people are right when they say that we are diligent and disciplined workers. But on the other hand, we can also celebrate and enjoy!”
It is indeed Luxembourg. But it’s in Belgium. And it’s great, green… And good ! Of course you know Brussels, Antwerp,… And of course, you do not know any big city of our region, since there is not any… Perhaps because people here are modest. But above all hard-working – the province benefits from a
Innovation in networking events The Liege Port Authority is currently developing a multimodal platform called “Liege Trilogiport” located along the canal Albert in Hermalle-sous-Argenteau. This future “logistic village” at the heart of Europe received the name of Liege Trilogiport to underlign its trimodal characteristic through its three means of transport (water, rail, road) and its
“We make tomatoes look trendy” Each year, the economic weekly Trends rewards the fastest growing firms of Belgium. After being already chosen as the ambassador of its own province, Den Berk Délice of the city of Merksplas, made it to the first place at the national event in Brussels Expo. “It is an honour that
The growing economic interdependence of different countries has ensured the preservation of peace and wealth. Whoever advocates protectionism and isolation puts all of this at risk, warns GCP Chairman, Christoph Leitl.
In the south of Belgium – the eastern part of the Hainaut province – and more precisely around the cities of Charleroi, Mons and La Louvière, are hiding some gold nuggets. In this part of Wallonia, conviviality and enthusiasm are not just words. Let me list you some examples that will certainly leave you speechless. A huge
Brussels is a lively, sophisticated city that is dazzling with international flair and a cosmopolitan outlook. As a crossroads for Europe, you will find here expatriates from all over the world living side by side here and this translates to a fascinating living environment that is culturally rich while retaining the intimacy of a local town.