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The Netherlands is one of the biggest destinations for Japanese FDI in Europe, investment balance as of end of 2012 and annual investment amount in 2012 were $94 billion and $8.6 billion, respectively. This investment amounted to 9% of global Japanese FDI flow in 2012 alone.
Though a large portion of trade with Japan revolves around agricultural and industrial products, the Netherlands have proved the relative strength of their financial sector by maintaining a stable AAA ratting throughout the global financial crisis. At the heart of the EU, this northern European country skillfully balances a diverse open economy with favorable corporate tax rates and a stable business environment. The Netherlands offers a market full of potential. PwC’s region-specific knowledge can help you thrive here.
The 4,200 professional staff members at PwC Netherlands are among the most experienced with international companies in Europe and offer tax, assurance, advisory as well as region-specific services to both local and international companies.
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