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Guide for Doing Business in the Netherlands updated for 2017

22nd May 2017

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MGI Europe member Verstegen auditors and consultants has updated its Guide to Doing Business in the Netherlands.

The Netherlands enjoys one of Europe's most favourable business climates, making it a particularly attractive option for entrepreneurs and investors alike.

This detailed manual is designed as a guide for those looking to invest in the Netherlands. It offers practical information about the country and how to set up a business, adopt the ideal legal form, the subsidy schemes, the tax system, labour law and much more. 

MGI Worldwide members can access the updated Guide to Doing Business in the Netherlands HERE.

Verstegen auditors and consultants is based in Dordrecht, Netherlands. For more information visit their MGI Worldwide page HERE.

MGI Worldwide a Top 20 ranked international accounting network with some 5,000 independent auditors, accountants and tax experts in over 250 locations worldwide.

 

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