The Netherlands is actively luring firms from the UK
In connection with the upcoming Brexit, the Netherlands hopes to attract companies engaged in finance, media and other fields in Britain. The government is already negotiating with 250 such firms. The Dutch government is negotiating with 250 foreign companies to relocate their offices in connection with the upcoming Brexit. It is mainly about British companies, as well as Asian and US firms, according to the Dutch Ministry of Economics.
Currently, these companies, due to the UK exitm which was planned for March 29 from the European Union, are considering moving their headquarters to other European countries. The ministry clarified that these are enterprises engaged in the:
- life sciences;
- financial sector.
The NFIA hopes these firms transfer their operations to the Netherlands.
At the same time, the Ministry of Economy presented a report informing about the successes already achieved in the field of relocation of foreign firms to the NL. So over the past year, 42 enterprises have moved to this country, 1923 jobs have moved from Britain to the Netherlands. The report, in particular, mentions the TVT Media, Japanese investment bank Norinchukin, as well as financial companies Azimo and MarketAxess.
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