The Netherlands, all along the history, has been home to traders and merchants who were responsible for initiating sea-way trade with Japan and China. The stock market was invented and introduced by the Dutch via their trading in the Dutch East India Company. Even though it was later replaced by the British as the world’s trading nation, foreign trade is still the biggest reason for the survival and growth of the Dutch economy.
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