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Netherlands Business Focus
A strong business partner in northern Europe
As a major trading partner with many European countries, the Netherlands continues to be a leader in attracting foreign direct investment and is one of the five largest investors in the United States.
Our Netherlands desk professionals are well-versed in the cultural and regulatory considerations for businesses. They have the resources you need to successfully navigate local customs and regulations.
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