The British public broadcaster BBC is looking to Brussels for the opening of a hub within the European Union after the Brexit. Prime minister Charles Michel was on that Wednesday in Davos, where the World Economic Forum to take place, a conversation with the ceo of the transmitter.
If the BBC wants to continue broadcasting in the European Union after the Brexit, the transmitter has a European license and therefore also an establishment within the European Union. This is the company to several countries, including Belgium.
Other possibilities include Ireland and the Netherlands. Brussels would, however, be a logical choice, it sounds.
In the margin of the World Economic Forum in Davos – the annual gathering of top politicians, ceo’s and policy makers – had prime minister Michel about a meeting with director-general Tony Hall, the big boss of the British public broadcaster. It was a first contact. “Belgium is often on the shortlist of companies who are after the Brexit want to incorporate in the European Union’, said the premier.