DutchNews podcast – The Paul Ducks Out Edition – Week 23

In this week’s podcast we learn about dead ducks in Rotterdam, the cheese shop boom in Amsterdam and the squeeze on international school places in The Hague. We’ve also got news of the coalition talks and the two communities rocked by the deaths of local schoolgirls. In our discussion we ask why Dutch Parliament is investigating the tax breaks that allow international companies to save billions.

Top story: coalition talks

Dutch coalition talks to resume: negotiator meets potential fourth partners

Party leaders tight lipped as dutch coalition talks restart


Concern over shortage of international school places

Communities shocked by deaths of teenage girls

Plan for 24-hour opening abandoned

Cheese shop boom in Amsterdam

Dead duck day

Discussion: The tax haven inquiry

U2, Rolling Stones business rep called to Dutch tax haven committee

The Netherlands is third in Oxfam’s tax haven league

Dutch government to appeal EU ruling on Starbucks tax deal (Reuters)

Laat Nederland niet langer de onderdanige belastingdienaar zijn (HP/De Tijd)

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