The Transatlantic Impact of the Dutch Government’s Collapse

Juurd Eijsvoogel, international relations corespondent for the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad

The US and the Netherlands have long enjoyed strong economic ties. American exports to the Netherlands exceed $35 billion a year, the Dutch have invested over $238 billion in the United States, and some 1600 U.S. companies have offices in the Netherlands. Sarwar Kashmeri, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, explores the impact of the Dutch Government’s collapse with Juurs Eijsvoogel, International Affairs Correspondent, NRC Handelsblatt.

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