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Genk

(khĕngk), city (1991 pop. 61,339), Limburg prov., NE Belgium. It is a commercial and industrial center, rail junction, and resort.

Genk

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a town in NE Belgium, in Limburg province: coal-mining. Pop.: 106 213 (2004 est.)
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Ford Genk employs 8,300 workers and that number would drop to about 4,700 by the end of next year as the new job cuts would come on top of earlier announced lay-offs.
The project comprises at least 22 housing units and is located in genk in the driehoeven district.
Turner's Cross will be packed to the rafters tonight as the Rebels host Belgian side Genk in the Europa League, trailing 1-0 on aggregate.
Genk are set to welcome the Boro loan star back into the fold for pre-season training next week and will plan for the new campaign with him unless one of his mooted British suitors meet their 3m euro-plus (PS2.
But he helped Genk finish seventh as they missed out on the top six by just a point.
KRC Genk is proud to present its new trainer - Alex McLeish," the Belgian club posted on Facebook.
The factory in Genk will close this year and theAaremaining production will be transferred to Valencia.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, has resumed production at its plant in Genk, Belgium this week.
The situation with Benteke is far from a done deal, but Villa hope to step up negotiations with Genk today after a move for the player who has three years left on his contract.
The Spaniard, who has missed Chelsea's last two games due to a three-match domestic ban, calmly stroked past Genk stopper Laszlo Koteles in the 11th minute after Raul Meireles had opened the scoring with a 25-yard strike - his first for the club.
LIVERPOOL have struck a deal that makes Genk their feeder club.
He played for Hapoel Beer Sheva, Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Tel Aviv in his homeland before his move to Genk in the summer on a three-year contract.