Georgia Firms Watching Fallout of Brussels Attack

| March 23, 2016


ATLANTA – Mark Sage has traveled to and from Belgium for 17 years, buying antiques for his Atlanta wholesale business.

As in other European cities, the threat of terrorism lingers in the minds of many in Brussels, he said. But he doesn’t think it’s forced them to significantly alter their day-to-day lives, and he doubts Tuesday’s deadly terrorist attacks will either.

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