ANTWERP, Belgium – While other regions of the world compete over new automotive assembly plants and the lucrative jobs that accompany them, one country is looking beyond manufacturing to boost its economy: Belgium. Political leaders here are aiming to advance their country’s influence in the automotive technology arena, where they see enormous potential for growth. “What we are trying is to make our position as a creative economy,” Patricia Ceysens, Flanders Minister of Economy, Foreign ...
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