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Belgian Reforms Good
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Belgian Reforms Good

The Belgian government is planning “many welcome measures to address the critical macroeconomic challenges facing the Belgian economy”, but it can do more, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said. “The planned reforms of social security and budgetary measures are a step in the right direction”, the IMF wrote. However, it said that Belgium should also reform its tax system.

 

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