Lack of places in Brussels’ schools drives new strategy to combat low-wage countries

Didier Gosuin poses proudly in a new sewing workshop

The Brussels’ Regional Government will intentionally less invest in education in order to compete with low-wage countries and keep our production here. This remarkable strategy was announced by Minister for Economics and many other competences in the former ‘Ecole Sainte Trinité’ in Ixelles?

“This will boost Brussels’ economy enormously”

“The Government foresees to further decrease the available spots in school in order to create space for sewing workshops”, the Brussels’ Minister confirms. “Non-educated Brusselers can start to work in those workshops, which is great to boos employment numbers”. The workshops will start manufacturing suits and ties, aimed at selling them to the expat community.