The Dutch government says it's been in talks with 250 foreign firms considering moving or expanding operations into the Netherlands in the wake of Brexit. At least 42 made the move in 2018, according to figures recently published by a Dutch foreign investment organization. "The effects on the Dutch economy will be big," said Mona Keijzer, the Netherlands' state secretary for economic affairs. (Stephanie Jenzer/CBC)Indeed, the government recently released uniquely colourful imagery in a bid to underscore the potential risks Brexit poses to Dutch companies with international supply chains and trade links. "It's a bit messy on the other side and that's a shame because our economies are very intertwined," Keijzer said.
Source: CBC News February 18, 2019 09:00 UTC