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    From zero point six to one hundred

    This week Prime Minister Rutte sat at the table with Mariëlle van Overbeek in Nieuwsuur. Meanwhile, a slice chart lit up. I already knew the numbers, but again they came in. Road traffic: 6,1% share in Dutch nitrogen production. Abroad: 32,3%. Agricultural sector: 46%. Construction: 0,6%. Build 0,6%? It's really there. Zero point six, the minuscule More

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    BOVAG uses classic arrangement as a change for its own objective

    The BOVAG has spoken for its turn in recent days. Currently, the interest group is jointly responsible for the 40 year compromise for old-timer action against increases in fuel taxes, among other things. They try to do this in a playful way by placing plastic cows in political gardens and storming the government buildings dressed in cow suits. These actions can hardly be taken seriously, while the More

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    Important week ahead for BOVAG and KNAC

    The BOVAG and KNAC have an important week ahead. Both interest groups follow national and local politics with more than normal interest. The BOVAG will protest against the proposed tax plans for motorists next Monday. The KNAC is anxiously awaiting whether the Utrecht city council will decide next Thursday to More

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    BOVAG: "Withheld information in a classic car file is irrelevant"

    The BOVAG stated yesterday in a publication in its online BOVAG newspaper that it fully supports Frans Weekers. Among other things, BOVAG spokesman Tom Huyskens reports that the current import figures are irrelevant, but that these are absolute numbers that are now used tax-free for daily use. He also calls the 40 year compromise a reasonable agreement in which the polluting old-timers are tackled More