Icelandic Group sells Gadus, one of its fish processing subsidiaries, to industry peer Steinasalir.
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Antwerp (Flanders) will serve as a test zone for autonomous highways and self-driving cars.
Japanese insurance company MS Amlin is opening a subsidiary in Brussels.
With its new base in Brussels, the Spanish financial advisory firm now operates 25 locations in 20 countries.
QBE (Australia) picks Brussels as a haven for its European office.
Dutch IT company Avit is opening an office in Flanders, expanding its international activities.
The city, port and University of Antwerp team up with nanotech research hub imec to form a unique alliance.
The company needs more space at its site in Hoegaarden, since it’s relocating its activities.
Software multinational Workday (USA) opens a local office to directly serve its Flanders-based clients.
Flanders again improved its performance in the 2017 Regional Innovation Scoreboard of the European Commission.