The popularity of contactless payments continues to rise, even after the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent survey conducted by market researcher Ipsos and the Free University of Brussels (VUB)

The Belgian government and French energy supplier Engie, the operator of Belgium's nuclear power plants, have come to a mutual agreement on extending the lifespan of the Tihange 3 and

Following the recent implementation of a drone network, the Port of Antwerp-Bruges (PoAB) has now deployed an extensive radar and camera network to further bolster its security measures.


Over 20 European consumer organizations, including Belgium's Testaankoop, have come together to file a complaint against several airlines, alleging "misleading greenwashing claims." Among

The Commission has selected 107 transport infrastructure projectsto receive over €6 billion in EU grants from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), the EU's instrument for strategic investment


The Belgian government has announced its support for the development of a furnace at the SCK-CEN nuclear research center in Mol, Antwerp province. The furnace will be used to melt down


Sonaca, a renowned aerospace company based in Wallonia, has recently made a significant breakthrough by signing its largest contract to date with leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus.


Belgians are showing a growing preference for Fairtrade products, with record-breaking sales reported. According to De Standaard and Le Soir, Fairtrade Belgium, the Belgian arm of the

Starting from Monday, a total of 83 Belgian companies will participate in the 54th Salon International de l'aéronautique et de l'espace de Paris-Le Bourget (SIAE). The Belgian Aerospace


Flanders Investment & Trade (FIT), the Flemish export agency, has unveiled Startup.Flanders, a platform aimed at assisting Flemish start-ups looking to expand into international markets,