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Brussels to require face masks if virus uptick continues

06 Aug 2020

BRUSSELS Brussels will require people to wear masks in public spaces and in private spaces accessible to the public if the uptick in coronavirus cases continues, the regional government said on Thursday.

Brussels to require face masks if virus uptick continues

06 Aug 2020

BRUSSELS, Aug 6 Brussels will require people to wear masks in public spaces and in private spaces accessible to the public if the uptick in coronavirus cases continues, the regional government said on Thursday.

Disgruntled fair workers protest renewed Belgium coronavirus restrictions

31 Jul 2020

BRUSSELS Workers hauling more than 400 truckloads of fairground rides and equipment halted traffic for hours in Brussels on Friday, honking to protest a ban on a huge summer fair that has been barred from opening amid a spike in COVID-19 infections.

ArcelorMittal sees recovery signs as debt hits record low

30 Jul 2020

BRUSSELS ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, reported higher than expected second quarter earnings and said its core markets were showing signs of recovery, albeit from exceptionally low levels.

UPDATE 2-ArcelorMittal sees recovery signs as debt hits record low

30 Jul 2020

* Shares up 1.9% on Thursday, but still down 37% this year (Updates with share price, analyst comments)

ArcelorMittal sees signs of recovery as debt hits record low

30 Jul 2020

BRUSSELS ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, reported higher than expected second quarter earnings and said its core markets were showing signs of recovery, albeit from exceptionally low levels.

Solvay second quarter earnings fall less than expected

29 Jul 2020

BRUSSELS Belgian chemicals group Solvay reported a smaller than expected fall in second-quarter earnings on Wednesday, thanks to cost-saving measures that accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic and some higher prices.

UPDATE 1-Solvay Q2 earnings fall less than expected

29 Jul 2020

BRUSSELS, July 29 Belgian chemicals group Solvay reported a smaller than expected fall in second-quarter earnings on Wednesday, thanks to cost-saving measures that accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic and some higher prices.

Belgium curbs social contact after COVID-19 cases surge

28 Jul 2020

BRUSSELS Belgium announced sharp curbs on social contact on Monday after a surge of coronavirus infections in the past three weeks.

Belgium curbs social contact after COVID-19 cases surge

28 Jul 2020

BRUSSELS Belgium announced sharp curbs on social contact on Monday after a surge of coronavirus infections in the past three weeks.

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