A Curious Economic Riddle
- From most of its economic data post financial crisis one would be inclined to think Belgium is a peripheral Southern European eurozone economy.
- The Dutch economy on the other hand is one of the most competitive in the world.
- Yet for most of the post-financial crisis period, the Belgium economy performed considerably better on growth, the labor market and household consumption.
- We look at the data and will try to make sense of this seeming puzzle.
- We’ll also look at what can be gauged from this for the relative outlook of the countries’ bond markets.
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