Eurozone manufacturing data boosts euro when it rose higher than anticipated. Euro’s exchanged rate went up against the US dollar and other main currencies, based on a report by skynews.com.au.
In the next couple of years, Dutch Dairy companies are going to invest over €700 million in processing plants in the Netherlands, according to the Dutch Dairy Association’s study on Thursday.
A new dock on Bunschotenweg, the Netherlands is ready for construction. The contract is between the United Waalhaven Terminals (UWT) and the Port of Rotterdam Authority, based on dredgingtoday’s report.
Netherlands’ economy dropped more than the initial estimate in the first quarter, according to Bloomberg Business Week.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car asked SharingMatters BV to build up an Enterprise-branded rental business in the Netherlands.
This project will be able to support 550,000 residents and 20,000 homes, the Royal HaskoningDHV said.
Inretail, VGT and MODINT, textile and clothing sector bodies based in the Netherlands, are working together on a plan towards sustainability of the apparel sector, according to Fibre2fashion.
According to Enviu, the Three Wheels United has made it to the top 100 innovative solutions by Sustainia.
A new 90 megawatt wind farm is ready to be built in western Netherlands. The announcement was made by the European energy company RWE on Thursday.
On May 31, 2013, Netherlands and China signed a new tax agreement, according to China-briefing.
Asia’s richest person, Li Ka-shing, is set to buy RAV Water Treatment I B.V. for €943.68 million, according to Reuters.
In April, Bharti Airtel (Netherlands) BV has received a $3.35 billion guarantee from telecom company Bharti Airtel, according to the Economic Times.
There have been reports saying that the tax law in the Netherlands is costing hundreds of millions a year in less-developed countries, but Dutch Finance Secretary Frans Weekers denied this information.
The FN union claims that five Dutch staffing firms are non-compliant in the collective agreements of the Netherlands, according to the website Staffing Industry Analysts.
The Netherlands will aid Ethiopia to develop its sesame market competitively in the international sesame market according to the Ethiopian business site 2merkato.
The Dutch agricultural industry and the Western Cape provincial government collaborating to develop the local agro-processing sector and boost Western Cape’s market share in Europe, according to business site BDlive.
The news site ngrguardiannews reported that the Netherlands and the Federal Government of Nigeria are planning to build an agro-industrial park under a seal pact held in The Hague, Netherlands.
The Azerbaijan Export & Investment Promotion (AZPROMO) announced that the city of Baku will host the Azerbaijan-Belgium-Netherlands business forum on June 13.
Owners of cafes that serve Grolsch beer, are afraid that the action of Grolsch , where they give coupons which gives right to a free second beer, will lead to alcohol abuse under young people. This was reported by the Telegraaf.
Content Management AG (CM-AG) announced that Hostnet, one of the top Dutch hosting providers, is the first to launch the Dutch-version of CM4all Sites.
Wakker Dier announced on Sunday that from August on, no plofkip will be used anymore in baby food of the drugstore chain Kruidvat.
Kruidvat writes in a letter to Wakker Dier that ‘the use of plofkip is not in accordance with the aim, to choose as much as possible for responsible ingredients’. A plofkip is a chicken which is brought in a short time to a desired weight, with all kind of negative effects for the chicken itself.
One out of five students is bullied during their internship. This can be found in the National Internship Monitor 2013, which is an investigation by the Erasmus University and the Student Bureau, a search site for internships, this was reported by the AD on Wednesday.
According to the investigation, about 20 percent of the 1400 students, who were followed, were scolded, belittled or ignored. Sometimes they are also victim to abuse of authority or gossiping.
The store chain HEMA had a net profit of 6.4 million euro in 2012, while in 2011 it had a net profit of 11.4 million. The turnover increased by 0.3 percent to 1.153 billion euro. This was reported on Wednesday.
HEMA has had to deal with a worsening economy, a decrease in consumer confidence and the VAT increase, which put pressure on the margins. In light of the circumstances, chairman Ronald van Zetten thinks HEMA has done well.