How do fiscal policy and inflation interact?
Since the start of the decade, Belgium’s export performance has been relatively weaker than that of neighbouring countries. The international context has become riskier, auguring new challenges, headed by trade wars and Brexit. Acting on all the levers in terms of competitiveness is essential to enable firms to position themselves strategically and sustainably on international markets.
Crossing a regional border in Belgium: a brake on mobility of workers, capital, goods and services?
The Belgian economy slows down gradually over the coming years while the budget deficit rises sharply.
This article presents the results and the financial situation of firms filing financial statements at the Belgian Central balance sheet office. Amongst others, it provides an extrapolation of the operating result as well as an analysis of profitability and financial structure.
Financial situation of Belgian firms in 2015: a strong rebound in operating results
This article gives an overview of the main results of non-financial corporations, compiled from annual accounts and social balance sheets filed with the Central Balance Sheet Office for the financial year 2017
Wage growth in both the euro area and Belgium is generally associated with the economic cycle, but this link has become more tenuous in recent years. In Belgium, wage formation is highly institutionalised. The wage moderation measures applied over the last few years have inevitably contributed to the moderate wage growth.