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Official languages: Dutch, French, German


Demographics of Belgium

At the start of 2007 nearly 92% of the Belgian population were national citizens, and around 6% were citizens from other European Union member countries. The prevalent foreign nationals were Italian (171,918), French (125,061), Dutch (116,970), Moroccan (80,579), Spanish (42,765), Turkish (39,419), and German (37,621).

Languages

Belgium has three official languages, which are, in order from the greatest speaker population to the smallest, Dutch (official) 60%, French (official) 40%, German (official) less than 1%, legally bilingual (Dutch and French). A number of non-official, minority languages are spoken as well.

Belgain National Institutions for Language

Service de la langue française
Martine Garsou, Directrice Générale Adjointe
44 Boulevard Léopold II, 1080 Bruxelles, Belgium
+32-2-4132295
martine.garsou@cfwb.be

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