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The Dutch market for smart phones, tablets and e-readers is ‘fully saturated’ and almost everyone who wishes to own one or more of the devices does so, market research group GfK said on Thursday.
The Dutch tulip sector will break the two billion flower barrier this year for the first time, the Dutch flower bulb association (KAVB) says.
Dutch foreign minister Bert Koenders has welcomed Tuesday’s speech by British prime minister Theresa May in which she gave more details of her approach to negotiations on Britain’s withdrawal from the EU.
The Dutch unemployment rate fell to 5.4% in the final quarter of 2016, the lowest level in 10 years, national statistics agency CBS said on Thursday.
Support for the anti-Islam PVV appears to have fallen slightly following a strong rise over the past two months, according to the latest poll of polls, published by broadcaster NOS.
The government plans to abolish the voluntary disclosure scheme for people who have illicit savings abroad, tax minister Eric Wiebes told MPs on Tuesday.
The impact of Tuesday morning’s power cut in Amsterdam continued to be felt throughout the day and Dutch railway company NS said that the problems on the trains will continue into the evening.
A recent report has revealed the best and worst international airlines in Europe based on the percentage of delayed flights throughout the year.
The number of people seeking asylum in the Netherlands fell by 46% in 2016, according to the latest official figures.
There was a 5% rise in the number of foreign tourists visiting the Netherlands last year, and the tourist board NBTC expects a further 3% rise in 2017.
All Amsterdam buses will stop accepting coins and notes from March 26, city transport company GVB said on Monday.
Train services throughout the country will remain disrupted for the rest of Tuesday following the power cut which left 360,000 households in Amsterdam without electricity.
Dutch voters head to crunch parliamentary polls in two months' time, heralding the start of a "super election year" in three of Europe's leading economies: The Netherlands, France and Germany.After the...
Prime minister Mark Rutte has made it clear that the right-wing Liberal VVD will not govern with the anti-Islam PVV after the general election.
A leaked confidential report by the police and public prosecution office states that official figures do not reflect the real volume of crime in the Netherlands.