When presenting its new budget (miljoenennota), the Dutch Cabinet claimed it will strengthen the economy and aid business. ‘My calculations show, however, that the tax burden for businesses will increase’, says Professor Flip de Kam. ‘This is aggravated by the fact that the Cabinet is attempting to stick to the coalition agreement, which entails cuts in education and infrastructure. Yet these are the very drivers of potential growth.’
Read the whole blog by professor Flip de Kam (in Dutch) on FEBlog.
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