Belgium will set up an English-language commercial court to deal with disputes between international companies to make the most of Britain’s plan to leave the European Union.
Continental European companies are desperate for their leaders to secure a “smooth, equitable” Brexit agreement to protect the huge volume of trade they do with the UK.
The Brussels International Business Court (BIBC) will seek to take on cases that are so far handled by British courts or international arbitration tri...
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