Amsterdam considers itself a main beneficiary of the Britain decision to leave the EU. However as for now these plans are far from reality. The Dutch economy is stagnating. But it does not obstruct the steady stream of dreams to get rich on a wave of Brexit.
The Netherlands is fully benefiting from the Brexit. The number of companies moved from the EU to the Netherlands because of the departure of the United Kingdom has more than doubled last year. That results in thousands of jobs and hundreds of millions of euros in investment.
And those are only the first boats of the Brexit silver fleet that enter our country. In addition to the more than forty companies that have already confirmed the switch in 2018, our country is currently talking to another 250 companies that are looking for another country to settle due to the British departure from the European Union.
This is evidenced by figures that the NFIA, the government agency that receives foreign investors, publishes today. The Netherlands is particularly attractive for companies in the media, logistics and financial sector. The good quality of education and health care, combined with good accessibility, make the Netherlands a popular destination.