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    • Government wins confidence vote and begins cross-party Brexit talks January 17, 2019
      The Government yesterday won a vote of confidence by 325 votes to 306, with the support of DUP MPs. Following the vote, Prime Minister Theresa May invited the leaders of the opposition parties to meet with her to “identify a way forward [on Brexit] that can secure the backing of the House.” However, Labour leader […]
    • We regret and we need more clarity: European reactions to the ‘meaningful vote’ January 16, 2019
      After the Government's Brexit deal was defeated in the House of Commons on January 15, Open Europe's Anna Nadibaidze, Zoe Alipranti and Pieter Cleppe take a look at European reactions to the 'meaningful vote'.The post We regret and we need more clarity: European reactions to the ‘meaningful vote’ appeared first on Open Europe.
    • People who love Brexit the most are now risking it January 16, 2019
      Speaking to BBC News alongside Conservative MP Bernard Jenkin after the 'meaningful vote' on January 15, Open Europe's Henry Newman warns about the prospect of Brexit being put at risk.The post People who love Brexit the most are now risking it appeared first on Open Europe.
    • The EU needs clarity from the UK Government January 16, 2019
      Open Europe's Anna Nadibaidze spoke to TRT World before the UK Parliament's vote on the Brexit deal on January 15, saying that to give further clarifications, the EU need to be sure they will help the deal pass in the House of Commons.The post The EU needs clarity from the UK Government appeared first on […]
    • May’s deal defeated by a majority of 230 January 16, 2019
      UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal was defeated in the House of Commons by a majority of 230, with 202 MPs voting in favour of May’s deal and 432 voting against. 118 Conservative MPs voted against the deal, while only 3 Labour MPs and 3 Independent MPs voted for it. Two Conservative ministerial aides, Eddie Hughes […]
    • Difficult to see how May can bring the deal back without any changes January 15, 2019
      Speaking to Al Jazeera English ahead of the UK Parliament's vote on the Brexit deal, Open Europe's Dominic Walsh says it would be difficult for the Prime Minister to bring back the deal without tweaking it.The post Difficult to see how May can bring the deal back without any changes appeared first on Open Europe.
    • The main difficulty for a Brexit Plan B is unclarity about what Parliament wants January 15, 2019
      Open Europe's Aarti Shankar spoke to TRT World News ahead of the UK Parliament's 'meaningful vote' on the Brexit deal, outlining the paths ahead.The post The main difficulty for a Brexit Plan B is unclarity about what Parliament wants appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Meaningful vote on Withdrawal Agreement to take place today January 15, 2019
      The House of Commons will this evening vote on the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement motion and the amendments selected by the Speaker, John Bercow. Speaking to MPs yesterday, Prime Minister Theresa May urged critics of her Brexit deal to give it a "second look," adding, "It is not perfect but when the history books are written, people […]
    • The Government’s paper on Northern Ireland January 14, 2019
      The Government recently published a paper on Northern Ireland setting out a range of commitments on the backstop. Open Europe's David Shiels examines the proposals as well as the response from the EU.The post The Government’s paper on Northern Ireland appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Questions to put to opponents of the Brexit deal January 14, 2019
      MPs from across the political spectrum have denounced the Brexit deal, but their proposed alternatives are not without their problems. Open Europe’s Dominic Walsh argues that the deal’s critics in Parliament should consider key questions about the alternatives ahead of the vote.The post Questions to put to opponents of the Brexit deal appeared first on […]

Top Dutch companies and multinationals

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MT500 (2018)

The MT 500 2018 is the list of the 500 best companies in the Netherlands. Below is the top 50, the real elite of Dutch business.

The list is divided on the basis of the opinion of ‘peers’, managers and directors from the same sector.

The MT500 is the annual report of an investigation into the image of Dutch companies among managers, decision makers and managers.

The research was carried out this year for the seventeenth time. It took place in December 2016.

Just like in the past two years, we worked together with INSCOPE Research, a knowledge company of Erasmus University Rotterdam. INSCOPE was responsible for the design and execution of the research.

We were able to benefit from, among other things, the knowledge of Professor of Strategic Management Henk Volberda. Characteristic of the approach of the MT500 is the peer-to-peer assessment: respondents only pass judgment on companies that are active in their own sector. (source)

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