Seminar CETA « What’s in it for business? »- October 26, 2016
Why CETA is “historic” and “unique”? What does it mean for my business? Will import duties be eliminated? Can I bid for public contracts in Canada? Can I temporarily move personnel to Canada? Will my innovation or investment be protected? Will double testing be avoided?
During this informative seminar, representatives from the European Commission and the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will share their knowledge and explain what CETA means for business. After the technical explanations there will be a panel discussion between civil servants, businesses and NGO representatives.
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Young Professionals Networking Night_October 20, 2016
CanCham BeLux invites you to link up with other young professionals from no less than thirteen international and local Chambers of Commerce from across Belgium at the 4th edition of its famous cross-chamber speed-networking event.
Come and expand your network with young professionals from a variety of different nationalities, careers and industries and gain insight into new ways to give your career that extra boost.
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Canada: host country Beervelde Garden Days_October 8, 2016
Planting of a maple tree in the presence of H.E. Mr. Olivier Nicoloff, Ambassador-Designate of Canada to Belgium and Luxembourg, Mr. Michel Audet, Delegate General of Québec in Brussels and Members of the Board of CanCham BeLux
Belgian employers confirm their support to CETA_ Latest press releases
Main Belgian employers’ organisations confirm their support to CETA
September 20,2016: Go free trade! Go CETA! FR or NL
July 19, 2016: Blocking CETA is not possible FR or NL
Cooperative agreement renewed between the Ports of Antwerp and Montreal
Montréal, April 13, 2016
Sylvie Vachon, President and CEO of the Montreal Port Authority (MPA) and Luc Arnouts, Chief Commercial Officer and member of the Port of Antwerp’s Board of Directors
See press release