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Brexit, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and fintech developments are the main points of attention as regards the payment industry in our country

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The Belgian economy is set to grow by an average 1.2% in the coming years and households’ purchasing power picks up.

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  • GDP posted a growth rate of 0.2% in the second quarter of 2019, down on the 0.3% rise recorded in the previous quarter.
  • In the first quarter of 2019, domestic employment expanded by 0.4%

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Big changes are coming for euro area benchmark rates from October.

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  • Economic indicators for Belgium (2019-35)

  • Press release - NAI - Quarterly aggregates (2019-II)

  • Economic indicators for Belgium (2019-36)

  • Statistical bulletin - Monthly update (2019-08)

  • Economic indicators for Belgium (2019-37)

  • Press release - Foreign Trade (F-N) (2019-06)

  • Foreign Trade statistic - Monthly Bulletin (F-N) (2019-06)

  • Economic indicators for Belgium (2019-38)

  • Press release - Consumer confidence indicator (2019-09)

  • Press release - Business confidence indicator (2019-09)

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