Industrial giants poised to quit the Netherlands

Spinks, P.
February 1992
New Scientist;2/15/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1808, p17
Reveals that major multinational companies in the Netherlands are threatening to transfer investments abroad if the Dutch government persists with plans to impose environmental and energy levies ahead of the European Commission's proposed carbon tax. Has split the cabinet; Some of the companies involved; What the proposed tax does.


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