ANTWERP, Belgium – The curious residential architecture in Belgium’s northern Flanders region speaks volumes about the nation’s character. Many dwellings look as if they consist of several homes put together, which is basically correct. To accommodate growing families, Belgians often add on to their homes – sometimes twice – instead of moving to larger digs. It is part of their “can-do mentality,” suggests Eddy Geysen, former chairman and executive director of General Motors Belgium. ...

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