The Netherlands in 2003
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Dutch social policies were considered to be highly radical by most standards. Instead of putting curbs, availability of drugs in coffee shops had been increased. Though growth and sale of drugs was still illegal, no action was taken against coffee shops which stocked up to 500 grams of cannabis and sold not more than five grams to one person...
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The Dutch had a long tradition of trading and investment. The country had produced several famous MNCs like Philips, ABN-Amro, Royal Dutch/Shell and Unilever. The core of the economy, however, consisted not of giant enterprises but small businesses...
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