Belgium Reaches Agreement on Budget

In the early hours of October 15, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel announced that his government had found an agreement on the 2017 budget. The three topics that were at the centre of the budget discussion — an in-depth reform of the corporate tax, a capital gains tax for individuals, and new measures to channel savings into the economy — have been shelved for now. To read more, click here.

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