Thanks to imminent legislation, Belgium’s Wallonia region looks set to become more attractive for real estate investors. Wendy Atkins reports.
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With the number of FDI projects into the Benelux region reaching a 12-year high in 2015, cities across these three countries are rapidly developing into foreign investment hubs. Naomi Davies reports on the top-performing cities when it comes to attracting projects.
Dozens of projects look set to breath fresh life into Wallonia's cities and municipalities, among them Charleroi, Liege, Andenne and Namur, with projects spanning sectors from transport to culture, and from infrastructure to education.
Between January 2012 and December 2014, Belgium's business services sector has seen a continuing reduction in investment.
While the region of Wallonia stands out in Belgium for its aerospace offering, its reputation for excellence in the sector goes around the world, and is demonstrated by the number of country partnerships and international clients it can boast.
A new 26,000-square-metre R&D ICT cluster is being built in Belgium's Ghent Technology Park, with investment from Investment by Ghent University, MG Real Estate and Globalindus.
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