In the initial 11 months of 2023, statistics from the Federal Public Service (FPS) Economy unveiled that 51 percent of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) that docked in Zeebrugge arrived from


In December, Germany observed a slight increase in the number of unemployed individuals, but the rise was considerably lower than analysts' predictions, according to labor office data

The Gezinsbond, a family association, is advocating for a simplified energy market in light of a survey revealing that a quarter of households in Flanders never compare energy suppliers.

As the new year approaches, the National Bank of Belgium grapples with the absence of a president. Governor Pierre Wunsch's mandate is up for renewal, but political hurdles have delayed the

The Swiss franc has soared to its strongest position against the dollar since 2015, marking a significant milestone after Switzerland's central bank shifted away from its policy of curbing

On Saturday, December 23rd, Belgian consumers etched a new chapter in electronic transaction history, shattering both the daily and per-minute transaction records, as confirmed by Worldline,

New data released on Friday revealed a continued drop in residential property prices in Germany, marking a significant 10.2% decline in the third quarter compared to the previous year.

Belgium is set to allocate 1.24% of its gross domestic product (GDP) to defence in 2024, announced Defence Minister Ludivine Dedonder on Tuesday. This marks the fourth consecutive rise in


Recent data from Eurostat, the European statistical agency, revealed that Belgium faces the greatest challenge among EU nations in filling job vacancies. While the EU's job vacancy rate stands

Italy is gearing up to invest in Africa, aiming to address both energy requirements for economic growth and the migration issue, according to Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi. Eni, a state-controlled