The Dutch economy will be one of the slowest growers in the eurozone next year, according to new forecasts from the International Monetary Fund.
The IMF says the Dutch economy will grow by 0.3% in 2014, after a contraction of 1.3% this year.
Only Cyprus (-3.95), Slovenia (-1.4%) and Spain (+0.2%) will perform worse, the new IMF report on the global economy said.
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