East Belgium - a border country without Borders

East Belgium, approximately 70 km along the Germany/Belgium border, from Kelmis near the border triangle of Belgium-Netherlands-Germany, up to the community of Ouren, where Belgium, Germany, and Luxembourg meet, consists of the three cantons Eupen, Malmedy and Sankt Vith, and is part of the Walloon region and the province of Lüttich.

East Belgium, one of the first industrialized areas of the European continent, has developed in harmony, despite many difficulties arising from its geographic location, the multiple border realignments or the change of nationalities and the required reorientation connected with such.

The long and moving history of their local economy and local businesses has characterized today's economic location and its future, international, orientation.