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L'AIRE MÉTROPOLITAINE BRUXELLOISE : L'ABSENCE DE GESTION GLOBALE DANS UN CONTEXTE FÉDÉRAL

Abstract : In the Belgian federal Kingdom, the small Brussels-Capital urban Region is politically cut from its metropolitan hinterland. This separation implies not only problems for using their own language for the French-speaking inhabitants in the Flemish periphery, but prevents also any organic co-operation between the central city and the outer parts of the metropolitan area. The consequences of this situation are yet worsened by a local and regional tax-system more based on the asset of the resident population than on the economic activity. The political responses are very uneasy to find, Flanders in particular considering its regional limit as an unnegotiable State boundary. A solution – however very difficult to build – could be creating a transregional metropolitan community
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Christian Vandermotten. L'AIRE MÉTROPOLITAINE BRUXELLOISE : L'ABSENCE DE GESTION GLOBALE DANS UN CONTEXTE FÉDÉRAL. Mosella : revue du Centre d'études géographiques de Metz, Université de Metz, 2010, Actes du colloque Frontières et Aménagement, 32 (1-4). ⟨hal-03053197⟩

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