Belgium

Belgium

Belgian Economy

What is the state of the Belgian economy? What are our economic forecasts? But also, what is needed to steer the economy further in the right direction? These are the questions we try to answer in our analyses of the Belgian economy.

Ten years after the start of the financial crisis, the Belgian economy is doing much better. In recent years, higher growth figures have again been recorded. They were, however, lower than in the euro zone and recent indicators suggest that the peak in the economy may be behind us. The competitiveness of our economy has also improved, the budget deficit has declined and pension reforms have considerably reduced the budgetary cost of ageing. But the work is far from complete. In many areas, including the labour market, infrastructure and public finances, the challenges remain significant. In short, efforts are still needed to strengthen the growth potential of the Belgian economy.

Forecasts for the Belgian economy in numbers:

In-dept credit review Belgium

Most recent publications on Belgium:

Belgium needs more children for a healthy economy

EO20190620 Belgium needs more children for a healthy economy

Heterogeneous Impact of Brexit on Belgian Industry

EO20190328 Heterogeneous Impact of Brexit on Belgian Industry

High tide on the Belgian real estate market not without risk

EO20190215 Hoogtij op Belgische vastgoedmarkt niet zonder risico

International uncertainty causes further growth slowdown in the Belgian economy

EO20190121 Internationale onzekerheid leidt tot verdere verlaging groeivooruitzichten Belgische economie

Belgian economy no longer a harbinger of EMU’s business cycle

EO20181130 Belgische economie niet langer voorbode van EMU-conjunctuur

Economic Derby of the Low Countries: Belgium-Netherlands 0-5

EO20181015 Economische Derby der Lage Landen: België-Nederland 0-5

Belgian local authorities face major financial challenges

EO20181016 Lokale overheden staan voor grote financiële uitdagingen

Deindustrialisation in Belgium is not irreversible

De desindustrialisatie in België is niet onomkeerbaar
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