Belgium - High inflation activates automatic wage indexation - March 31, 2016

The country’s inflation rate for the month of March was as high as 2.24%, substantially higher than the average for the Eurozone. Under the automatic wage indexation system, this means that wages are to go up. Experts estimate that social benefits and salaries in the public sector will go up in July or August. Most private companies would follow in January 2017.

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