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Netherlands to Provide Support for Businesses Worth Some $590 Million

October 27, 2020

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The Dutch government will provide support for businesses worth some 500 millions euros ($590 million).

They come on top of billions of euros the government of Prime Minister Mark Rutte already has pledged to businesses, ranging from carrier KLM to small restaurants. The package includes contributions to help bars and restaurants.

Infections have rapidly risen in the Netherlands. The government announced a partial lockdown two weeks ago, which closed bars and restaurants for at least four weeks.

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