Economic Impact of Brussels Attacks Probably Limited, Smets SaysBy , , and
Belgian bank governor says terror may trigger greater spending
Smets says it's too early to say whether tourism will be hit
The impact of last month’s deadly terrorist attacks on Belgium’s economy is likely to be restricted to the immediate aftermath, said Jan Smets, governor of the country’s central bank.
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