Breaking the political deadlock
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Breaking the political deadlock

With one of the best education systems in the eurozone and an economy that performed well relative to others in the currency bloc during the 2008 financial crisis, at first glance Belgium looks in good health. But with an ageing population, minimal political will to improve competitiveness and a lack of graduates in science, technology and engineering, the small country has many reforms to make. Craig McGlashan reports.

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