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Put up pay, or we might not cut corporate taxes, Dutch PM tells industry

By robin
Prime minister Mark Rutte told the VVD party congress on Saturday that the government may reconsider cutting corporation tax if...

Trade union members back pension reforms, now the real work can start

By robin
Members of the two biggest Dutch trade union groups FNV and CNV have thrown their weight behind plans to reform...
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The Empty Storefront Crisis and the End of the American Dream

By Ginia Bellafante

For generations, owning a small business has been a path upward for immigrants. That path is getting harder and harder to forge.

UK bans ads promoting 'harmful gender stereotypes,' tying physique to romantic success

By Sam Dorman

The Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP)-- the United Kingdom's advertising regulatory agency -- enacted a rule Friday prohibiting ads from employing gender stereotypes that were "harmful" or implied only one gender engaged in particular activities.

UK bans ads promoting 'harmful gender stereotypes,' tying physique to romantic success

By Sam Dorman

The Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP)-- the United Kingdom's advertising regulatory agency -- enacted a rule Friday prohibiting ads from employing gender stereotypes that were "harmful" or implied only one gender engaged in particular activities.

Asparagus farmer faces fines for paying pickers 55 cents a kilo

By robin
An asparagus farmer from the south east of Brabant has been exploiting 23 ‘labour migrants’ by paying them per kilo...

Tax on savings places β€˜excessive burden’ on savers, court rules

By robin
The tax on savings which was introduced in 2001 is unfair and could lead to people paying too much, the...

Valerie Jarrett speaks out on Trump's lack of civility, Biden's 2020 chances

By Nick Givas

Former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett spoke about President Trump's lack of civility on "Cavuto: Coast To Coast" Thursday, and said it's perfectly fine for Congress to hold impeachment hearings to investigate the Commander-in-Chief. 

Valerie Jarrett speaks out on Trump's lack of civility, Biden's 2020 chances

By Nick Givas

Former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett spoke about President Trump's lack of civility on "Cavuto: Coast To Coast" Thursday, and said it's perfectly fine for Congress to hold impeachment hearings to investigate the Commander-in-Chief. 

Interest rent advice threatens to disrupt pension reform vote

By robin
Pension funds have been told to make sure they have higher buffers and this may make it more difficult to...

More job shortages loom as Eastern Europeans go home: ABN Amro

By robin
Many eastern Europeans in the Netherlands will leave because the economies in their home countries are growing and wages there...

Floating solar farm group targets 2,000 hectares of water

By robin
A consortium of local and national government, and private sector companies is working on plans to develop massive floating solar...

Unilever to further increase brand base in hunt for faster growth

By robin
Anglo-Dutch food to detergent group Unilever is planning to further expand the number of brands in its portfolio, new chief...

Organic food body won’t name names, RTL threatens court action

By robin
Dutch broadcaster RTL Nieuws says it will go to court in an effort to find out the names of farms...

Transport alliance calls for €56bn effort to stop NL grinding to a halt

By robin
The Netherlands needs to spend €56bn on the roads, public transport, cycling and road safety to stop the country seizing...

Trade disputes lead Dutch central bank to revise down growth forecasts

By robin
The pace of economic growth in the Netherlands is set to slow down slightly and is now projected to reach...

Ahold pin problems solved, retailer group to evaluate with KPN

By robin
The problems experienced by shoppers who wanted to pay by direct debit card in Albert Heijn, Etos and Gall &...

Dutchman wins prestigious prize for work with seeds and small farmers

By robin
This year’s World Food Prize, the most important global prize in the field of farming and food, has been awarded...

Road pricing back on the agenda, motoring organisations say

By robin
Road pricing is back on the political agenda and will be part of a package of measures to cut pollution...
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