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Today β€” March 30th 2020Your RSS feeds

Egypt’s Female Lion Tamers Show the Men How to Do It

By Declan Walsh

The broader struggle for women’s equality may be lagging in Egypt, but six women dominate the field of lion taming in the country.

Big Dutch banks put dividends on hold as shareholders urge caution on payouts

By robin
The big three Dutch banks – Rabobank, ING and ABN Amro – said on Monday they would not be paying...

Race is on to buy more ventilators as intensive care wards fill up

By robin
With a shortage of intensive care beds in the Netherlands looming, questions are being asked about how quick off the...
Yesterday β€” March 29th 2020Your RSS feeds

GoFundMe Confronts Coronavirus Demand

By Nathaniel Popper and Taylor Lorenz

Americans are turning to crowdfunding to cover coronavirus-related costs while the government prepares to deliver on its stimulus plan. But most campaigns aren’t meeting their goals.

Government widens company support package, coalition parties urge help for newspapers

By robin
The government has agreed to widen its emergency aid scheme for shops and cafes to include retail outlets which are...
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Roche says it has provided Dutch with key corona test recipe

By robin
Swiss pharmaceuticals firm Roche says it has been ‘happy’ to offer the specifics for production of a key chemical in...

Trish Regan, Fox Business Host Who Dismissed Virus Concerns, Departs

By Michael M. Grynbaum

The host of “Trish Regan Primetime” had said concerns about the coronavirus were “yet another attempt to impeach the president.”

Dutch firm on eurobonds: EU ministers to meet again in two weeks

By robin
The Netherlands is opposed to issuing eurobonds as a way to soften the impact of coronavirus on the worst affected...

ABN Amro forecasts GDP will drop 3.5%, if normal life returns mid May

By robin
The Dutch economy will shrink by 3.5% this year because of the coronavirus outbreak and all sectors of the economy...

Zuidasdok tunnel will go ahead but with delays and higher costs

By robin
Plans to tunnel in the southern edge of Amsterdam’s ring road and to expand the Zuid railway station will go...

Coronavirus relief bill: What it means for business

By Jim Tankersley, Alan Rappeport, David Gelles, Peter Eavis and David Yaffe-Bellany

The $2 trillion aid package is expected to save jobs and bail out companies, but it reorders the relationship between government and private industry.

GoFundMe Confronts Coronavirus Demand

By Nathaniel Popper and Taylor Lorenz

Americans are turning to crowdfunding to cover coronavirus-related costs while the government prepares to deliver on its stimulus plan. But most campaigns aren’t meeting their goals.

Roche urged to share info with Dutch corona test labs: FTM

By robin
Swiss pharmaceuticals company Roche is unable to meet demand for coronavirus testing kits but is unwilling to share key information...

Coronavirus will have major impact, recession into 2021 likely: CPB

By robin
In a worst case scenario the coronavirus crisis could plunge the Dutch economy into deep depression, with GDP declining by...

No magic answer: Efteling theme park appeals for help to pay salaries

By robin
The Efteling amusement park has applied for government help to pay the salaries of its 3,300 staff, the company confirmed...

Keukenhof flower gardens won’t open this year, tulip festival also hit

By robin
The Keukenhof flower gardens near Lisse will not open at all this year, because of the coronavirus outbreak. The gardens...
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