Disclaimer

Below is the information on intellectual property rights in connection with the content of this site, our relevant liability clauses and the CIM Internet Study. The information provided on this site is subject to a disclaimer.

Intellectual Property
All texts, layouts, designs, photos, films, graphics and elements of any kind on FEB's website are protected by copyright ©. The publications, documents and information on this site may be reproduced, described and made available to the public for non-commercial purposes, provided that the source is specified.

Liability
The aim of the FEB website is to expand awareness of the activities and views of the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium.   However, FEB disclaims any liability for the content of its site. The information provided on the site: - is exclusively of a general nature and not geared towards the specific situation of any individual or legal entity; - is not necessarily complete, accurate or up to date; - does not constitute professional or legal advice.   FEB cannot be held liable for any disruptions, interruptions or faults on its website. The FEB website contains links to other websites that may be of interest to visitors to our site. However, FEB is not responsible for the content of linked sites. FEB will immediately remove links to other websites if such sites are shown to be illegal in nature.

CIM Internet Study
This site participates in the CIM Internet Study. Sites which incorporate the logo  collect data on the number of visitors and pages visited using cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is placed by a server on the hard drive of your computer. No additional software is installed. A cookie damages in no way your equipment or programs you use.

The data are collected in this study are completely anonymous. They are only comparing the number of visitors to the participating sites. You can find more information about the study and the results of the measurement on the CIM website.

Use of cookies
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