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04 September 2020 / news

Coronavirus | Belgian measures for businesses

Since 18 March different authorities (EU, national, local) took measures in Belgium to reduce the spreading of the COVID-19 virus. In order to overcome the economic impact of these decisions, many compensating measures were taken.

Coronavirus - Belgian measures for businesses

We provide you with an overview of the most relevant actions that were taken by the competent authorities, updated on a regular basis.

1. Tax related measures
2. Employment related measures
3. Banking & Finance


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