National Growth Fund very positive for Dutch economy

Cancelling investments in the National Growth Fund and the Research and Science Fund would cost the Dutch economy a total of €75 billion up to and including 2040. Rabobank states this based on its own calculations. Using innovation funds for other purpuses is economically very harmful, the researchers warn.

Rabobank has calculated that cancelling investment funds would mean a major loss to the Dutch economy. Until 2040, investments from the National Growth Fund (€20 billion) and the Research and Science Fund (€5 billion) will lead to an additional welfare gain of €90 billion. Adjusted for inflation, every euro of invested tax money yields €5.80 in the long term.


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