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49 news items of Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy
Why strong EU competition and state aid rules matter
The European economy is at a crossroads. It is recovering from a pandemic and has embarked on two essential transitions: towards ...
End of support package for jobs and economy
With effect from 1 October, the government will discontinue the generic support measures that have helped the Dutch economy as ...
The Netherlands adjusts policy on travelling within EU, multi-day events with overnight stays cancelled until 1 September
The government is changing its policy on travelling within the European Union (EU). This decision is based on three positive ...
Working from home the norm once more and additional fresh air rule
Work from home unless it is impossible and ensure a good flow of fresh air indoors. This was the advice of Prime Minister Mark ...
More opportunities for NCSC and DTC to share threat and incident information
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Digital Trust Center (DTC) are working together to help make the Netherlands ...
Support package for jobs and economy to be continued in third quarter
The outlook for economic recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic is positive and the virus appears to be on the wane. However, there ...
Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy to be temporarily replaced
The Government Information Service has made the following announcement of behalf of the Prime Minister:
Step 2: Indoor sports facilities to reopen and more scope for activities outdoors
The number of COVID-19 patients in hospitals has fallen slightly. And, with more than 6 million vaccine doses administered, the ...
Dutch input reflected in EU-proposal to safeguard a level playing field between companies
Companies using government support from non-EU countries to compete unfairly with (Dutch and other) EU entrepreneurs are a ...
Innovative projects given additional €1.35 billion boost due to funding from National Growth Fund
€1.35 billion will be allocated from the National Growth Fund to projects relating to artificial intelligence, regenerative ...