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Businesses will pay β€˜fair share’ of climate costs: Rutte

By hanneke
Prime minister Mark Rutte has told parliament that businesses will have to pay their ‘fair share’ of the costs of...

Locals invite Rutte for coffee to see pollution for himself

By hanneke
The inhabitants of the seaside village of Wijk aan Zee have taken out a full page advert in the Volkskrant...
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Deliveroo riders are not self-employed and should get proper pay: court

By robin
Cyclists working for meal delivery company Deliveroo are not self-employed and should be paid according to the pay and conditions...

Overijssel and Gelderland want back €7.5m loan for flopped battery plan

By robin
Oost NL, the provincial agency which stimulates new business in Overijssel and Gelderland, has called on Hengelo-based battery company Lithium...

Dutch tomato firms warned to work together to overcome Brexit impact

By robin
The Dutch government has warned farmers and market gardeners to properly prepare for Britain’s departure from the EU so they...

Shell and pension fund PGGM to bid for last Dutch public energy firm

By robin
Oil giant Shell and Dutch health service pension fund PGGM are working on a joint bid for energy provider Eneco,...

Dutch music exports top €200m in 2017, dance music dominates

By robin
Dutch music exports topped €200m for the first time in 2017, according to new figures from Buma Cultuur, which monitors...

Broadcast group Discovery shifts jobs from London to Amsterdam

By robin
Discovery has become the latest international broadcast group to move European operations to the Netherlands following Britain’s decision to pull...

Consumers group to press ahead with KLM court case over no show fees

By robin
Dutch consumers association Consumentenbond said on Monday it is to press ahead taking airline KLM to court after talks on...

NASCAR lets go of 50 employees in round of layoffs

By Louis Casiano

NASCAR laid off roughly 50 employees Friday in a belt-tightening move amid a proposed bid to purchase the International Speedway Corporation, which owns and manages racing venues that host NASCAR races, according to reports.

Japan’s Norinchukin bank to open Amsterdam unit, due to Brexit

By robin
One of Japan’s biggest banks has said it is opening a subsidiary in Amsterdam in response to Brexit. The decision...

Limited network capacity casts shadow on solar energy growth

By Senay
The Dutch might have been some of the world’s best green energy farmers, with their ubiquitous windmills. But they are...

Hot house? Dutch housing market could be cooling, say estate agents

By Senay
After months of overheating, the Dutch housing market is feeling a very slight winter chill according to the latest house...

Fewer Dutch firms go bust, bankruptcy rate hits lowest level this century

By robin
In total 3,144 companies went bust in the Netherlands last year, the lowest number this century, national statistics agency CBS...

KPN drops XS4ALL and Telfort names to create single brand

By robin
Telecom operator KPN is dropping its brand names Telfort, Telfort Zakelijk, XS4ALL and Yes Telecom to focus on the KPN...

Brussels begins investigation into Dutch tax deal with Nike

By robin
The European Commission is investigating whether the Netherlands broke state aid rules through several advance tax agreements made with US...

Japan invites Mark Rutte to the G20 summit, stresses economic ties

By robin
Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe has invited the Netherlands to take part in the G20 summit being organised in Oskaka...

Albert Heijn enters hot meal delivery service market in Amsterdam

By robin
Dutch supermarket giant Albert Heijn is launching a service to deliver hot meals in Amsterdam, based on recipes from its...
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