Risk in numbers: The Netherlands

A member of the core eurozone countries, the Netherlands is currently positioned in between Belgium and Luxembourg in the macroeconomic riskiness sphere. Although fiscal risks, for example, are indisputably higher than for Luxembourg, they remain relatively contained, especially when compared to southern eurozone members. Government debt is lower than the ...

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