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From 2020 to 2022, FIT will continue its ‘Flanders Accelerates’ strategy to provide even better assistance to companies with export ambitions. 5 themes are key...
Numerous companies are under pressure due to strict coronavirus/COVID-19 measures. Here’s how Flanders Investment & Trade (FIT) helps you limit the impact.
The coronavirus and the according measures by the governments of Belgium and Flanders have an effect on the entire country. What is the impact on the services and activities of Flanders Investment & Trade?
Barry Callebaut, Inari, Nike and INEOS are winners at the Foreign Investment Trophy event
An additional 150 Brexit-related investments are currently in the pipeline
Members from the informal platform Comité de Liaison (CDL) and the European Trade Promotion Organisations’ Association (ETPOA) have gathered today in Brussels for the official Signing Ceremony of their merger agreement.
Luminex Network Intelligence and Sioen Industries win the Export Lion Award 2019
In 2018, Flanders-based companies realized exports amounting to no less than EUR 328 billion. Claire Tillekaerts, CEO of Flanders Investment & Trade: “In 2018, Flanders’ exports increased by 3.45% compared EUR € 317 billion in 2017. This is the 9th export increase in a row and one of the highest growth rates since 2010, the year in which our exports emerged from the economic crisis.” Flanders Investment & Trade (FIT) based the analysis on the 2018 import and export figures of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB).
Borealis (Austria), Daikin (Japan) and AGP (Peru) claim victories at the Foreign Investment Trophy