Belgium came after the Belgian Revolution in 1830 when it split from the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. After independence, the young nation - especially in the heavy industry in Wallonia - one of the forerunners in the Industrial Revolution. The development of Flanders was left to the economic focus shifted to the north in the 1960s, the period of the commitment of the linguistic preparation for the classification of the land in several states, and the independence of the colonies in Central Africa. Belgium became the world's 21th economy, was one of the wealthiest, most developed and most globalized countries in the world, and built on its free market economy with limited government interference with an extensive welfare state.
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Belgium was in prehistoric times inhabited by various Celtic and Germanic tribes, including the Menapii, the Morinen, the Nervii and the Eburones under Ambiorix. In Roman times, the Celtic tribes in the area between North Sea, Rhine, Seine and Marne (southern Netherlands, Belgium, northern France and parts of West Germany), together referred to as the Belgae. Their habitat Gallia Belgica was part of the Roman Empire and was divided into a number of feudal states during the Middle Ages.
The Belgian Revolution of 1830, which became independent from Belgium Netherlands