The first case related to COVID-19 in the Netherlands was witnessed on 27th February 2020. By 11th April 2020, the cases related to COVID-19 increased to more than 23,000 and has registered more than 2,500 fatalities. As per the International Monetary Fund, the GDP of the Netherlands was $902 billion in 2019. As per the European Commission, the GDP growth of the country was 1.7% in 2019 and before the pandemic; it is projected to be 1.3% for the next two years. In March 2020, ‘the Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis’ stated that the Dutch economy can shrink by 1.2% if the pandemic remains for the next three months. Moreover, the economy can shrink by 10% if the pandemic lasts for a year in the country.
Due to the exponential growth of the cases in the country, on 12th March the government restricted the public event of more than 100 people till 6th April 2020. On 24th March, the period of restriction is increased to 1st June and after three days of this closing of all restaurants, museums, sports clubs and schools was announced by the government. As an emergency coronavirus aid, the Dutch government has announced an aid of $22 billion (20 billion Euros) as financial assistance for businesses. The amount under the relief package may increase if needed.
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The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the Netherlands' economy is studied by classifying the economy into electronics, energy, healthcare, retail & e-commerce, aviation, manufacturing, travel & tourism, and other verticals. Aviation, tourism, and other temporary works are significantly affected due to COVID-19. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands has to ground a large proportion of its fleet. As per the 2nd April 2020 news release, the airline has parked its entire A330 fleet (13), entire Boeing 777-200 fleet (15) and the remaining 747s (7) at Schiphol. Moreover, the smaller aircraft, Embraer 175s (17), Embraer 190s (15) and Boeing 737s (34) are also grounded at Schiphol. However, the airline is constantly organizing flights to rescue Dutch citizens and to transport essential medical supplies from other countries. The electronics sector of the country is also affected significantly. As the country headquarters for companies like Philips and NXP Semiconductors, the lower demand for consumer electronics globally will affect the revenue of the electronics sector in the country.
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• Retail & E-commerce
• Travel and Tourism
• Others (Construction, Automotive)
• Accor S.A.
• Airbus SE
• Akzo Nobel N.V.
• Altice Europe N.V.
• DAF Trucks NV
• Heineken N.V.
• Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij NV (KLM Royal Dutch Airlines)
• Koninklijke Ahold N.V.
• Koninklijke Philips N.V.
• Louis Dreyfus Holding B.V.
• LyondellBasell Industries N.V.
• NXP Semiconductors N.V.
• Royal Dutch Shell PLC
• Unilever PLC
• Fletcher Hotel Exploitaties B.V.
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