An edition of the journal “Market conditions” dedicated to the Kingdom of the Netherlands was published
The Netherlands is one of the most significant trade partners of Belarus. In January - November 2018, the commodity turnover between both countries amounted to 1 billion 651.2 million USD. The Netherlands occupies the 7th place in terms of turnover and 5th place in terms of exports among all trade partners of Belarus.
For information about the current situation in the market of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the prospects for the development of bilateral relations see the new issue of the journal “Market conditions”.
The total import of the Netherlands in 2017 amounted to 450 billion USD and in January - September 2018 it amounted to 482 billion USD. The main exporters to the Netherlands are China, Germany, Belgium, the United States, the United Kingdom. Data on the most significant commodity positions in the Dutch market, average prices for imported products and current level of trade relations between Belarus and the Netherlands can be found in a review prepared by experts of the National Centre for Marketing.
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus in the Kingdom of the Netherlands Nikolai Borisevich notes that the interest of Dutch businessmen in the creation of new joint ventures in Belarus is growing, especially in the field of woodworking, agro-industrial complex, logistics, energy and medicine. Interview with him contains information about the Dutch experience in the field of agriculture, which could be of use for Belarus, about the Belarusian services, which could be in demand in this country, and the effectiveness of joint ventures.
Chargé d'Affaires of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the Republic of Belarus Paul van Oostveen believes that Belarus can attract Dutch companies as a gate to the EAEU. He highlighted the work of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Belarus and the current state of bilateral relations.
Due to the fact that the Netherlands is considered to be the main distribution center of Western Europe, the development of transit traffic is the basis for bilateral cooperation in the field of railway transportation. Information about the efficient logistical solutions and optimization of transportation of goods can be found in the interview with the First Deputy Head of Belarusian Railways Igor Shilov.
Representatives of Belarusian and Dutch companies shared their experience of cooperation, and the lawyers of the Law Firm “Arzinger” prepared a review on the specifics of doing business in the Netherlands.
Attention! Subscription to the journal “Market conditions” for 2019 has already begun (both printed and electronic version).
The target audience of the journal “Market conditions” is the business circles. It contains exclusive analytical information on the foreign markets conditions, the features of doing business, ways of market entry, most promising areas for the development of bilateral relations. The edition is published with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus.