Following a historical contraction in gross domestic product (GDP) in 2020, the Dutch economy should recover strongly and rapidly, starting in the second quarter of 2021.
More than three quarters of the Dutch population expect they will still make cash payments five years from now, but 42% think they will do so less often than today. This was revealed by a survey on the use and perception of cash among some 1,000 Dutch citizens, held in February 2021.
More than a year after the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis, vaccination campaigns are picking up speed, and the virus appears to be coming under control. The end of the economic crisis therefore seems near.
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