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Vadim BlauStein explains how Customs Union can work for the benefit of the Netherlands after Brexit


Mr. Blaustein, what can you say about the current state of the customs situation in the EU? Vadim Blaustein: At this moment, 28 of the EU member states participate in the Customs Union - an agreement decades old, an instrument towards the liberalisation of trade in Europe, which subsequently became the cornerstone of the EU itself. Throughout its years of existence, it was gradually developing towards harmonisation of legislation, unification of tariffs and customs procedures in the participating states and designing of single trade policie... Lees Meer »

Phoenix Lending Survey Results shows Lenders’ Optimism of Economy Falls


This less optimistic view is further reflected in a drop in the lenders’ sentiment towards U.S. commercial lending, which fell from last quarter’s strong reading of forty-five percent to twenty-one percent. The drop in lenders’ sentiment may indicate that banks believe the current economic environment in the U.S. will not improve or that banks are beginning to be wary of the domestic effects of the increasingly negative international economic environment. This quarter’s diffusion index, which measures lenders’ sentiment, displayed sharp incr... Lees Meer »

Duitsland vs Argentinië in de Business World Cup


This weekend, Argentina takes on Germany in the World Cup Final for the third time - an historical occurrence. It stands even, with Argentina reigning victorious in 1986 and Germany taking the trophy in 1990. But what do these two countries have going for them (other than football that is)? Here’s an old-fashioned stat face-off: Argentina Germany Average number of days to start a business 25 days 14.5 days Average time it takes to get electricity 91 days 17 days Average time it takes to prepare, file and pay taxes ... Lees Meer »

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