The Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte was forced to unwrap documents relating to his government’s intention to scrap dividend tax for foreign investors.
On Monday he promised the release of these documents.
Rutte’s decision comes largely as a result of a campaign launched by two academics insisting in the release of documents linked to government negotiations and held by the ministry of finance.
The government initially refused to publish these documents evoking the “confidentiality” of coaliti...


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