Complying with official rules and applying for permits cost citizens and enterprises a lot of time and money. To reduce the regulatory burden, the government will abolish or simplify rules and improve its electronic services. The costs enterprises incur to comply with the rules (compliance costs) will be cut wherever possible.
OECD sets the Netherlands economic homework
14-06-2012 | 16:42
Minister Verhagen of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation shares the OECD’s view that reforms are vital in order to...
The Cabinet withdraws the bill on the right of legislative initiative for tenants
14-03-2011 | 09:54
The bill that would grant tenants the right of legislative initiative to improve their homes has been cancelled. This is...