2013-01-01 01:25:53 - Netherlands Business Forecast Report Q4 2012 - a new country guide report on companiesandmarkets.com
The Dutch economy is set to deteriorate in the coming quarters as the eurozone sovereign debt crisis weighs on economic activity and confidence. While immigration and community cohesion remain controversial issues in Dutch politics, the economy will remain centre stage over the medium term. Reform of the eurozone could also be a flashpoint for public ire as financial support for fiscal profligates in the periphery will remain unpopular. This will provide scope for anti-bailout parties to gain additional leverage and influence the political landscape.
Major Forecast Changes
There are no Major Forecast Changes this quarter.
Key Risks To Outlook
Should the eurozone sovereign debt crisis take a turn for the worse in the coming months, we would expect a more pronounced contraction
than currently expected to drag on the Netherlands´ economic growth outlook.
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