Belgian tax breaks to entice foreign investors -paper


BRUSSELS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt is to offer tax breaks to entice foreign investment into Belgium in the wake of German auto group Volkswagen's decision to slash over 3,000 jobs there, local media reported on Saturday. European pension funds which set up their base in Belgium will be exempt from a number of tax categories and will enjoy large reductions in corporate tax, newspaper De Tijd quoted government sources as saying. International groups that establish ...

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