The Netherlands has an open economy which significantly depends on foreign trade. So, it should be hardly surprising that the Netherlands offers several tax benefits and allowances to international businesses. As per an IMF report, the growth of the Dutch economy has been faster than the Euro area average. The current account Surplus in 2018 was almost 10 per cent reflecting the high savings by multinational corporations. The strong fiscal position along with declining public debt, further showcase the economic opportunities in the Netherlands.
Netherlands’ location and the fact that it was the founding member of the EU makes a compelling case for Netherlands Company Incorporation. Ports in Schiphol and Rotterdam are significant for movement to and from Europe. The relocation of European Medicines Agency from London to Amsterdam in 2019 could just be the beginning as more agencies and companies are expected to follow suit in the wake of Brexit. The Netherlands is bound to soon become the nation of choice for expanding and starting a new business in the European Union.