Two-thirds of firms take anti-crisis steps

Two out of three Dutch companies are taking steps to offset the effects of the recession, says national statistics office CBS on Monday.

Some 20% of firms have cut back on temporary staff while 25% have implemented cost-cutting measures.
But three out of five firms say they have not felt any financial effect from the crisis and just one in five say they have found it harder to attract credit.

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