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Second loan administration report on the loan to the Netherlands (English)

This report follows the first loan administration report on the Bank's loans to the Netherland (loan 109 B dated December 20, 1950) and, except for the economic review, covers the past two and one-half years. The economic review covers the period since the beginning of 1952; an analysis of the Dutch economic position in 1951 was contained in the report on the creditworthiness of the Netherlands (E 203 A dated February 1, 1952) which was part of the documentation on the KIM loan.


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    Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report

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    Europe and Central Asia,

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    Second loan administration report on the loan to the Netherlands

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    net income before tax;fixed asset;Fixed Assets;volume of trade;debt limitation provision;balance of payment;private shipping companies;number of passengers;terms of trade;war risk insurance;Foreign Exchange Reserve;long term debt;net working capital;debt service burden;investment in housing;traffic revenue;hard currency;net investment;insurance reserve;sugar beet;dollar area;money supply;special account;textile industry;foreign market;shipping company;liner service;external trade;war damage;long-term loan;arable land;insurance practice;government guarantee;asset flight;industrial enterprise;loan account;chemical industry;government consumption;enterprise finance;sterling area;paper industry;textile fabric;national income;personal consumption;trade balance;chattel mortgage;financial status;air fleet;exchange risk;pound sterling;private consumption;dollar asset;depreciation charge;productive activity;industrial investment;physical damage;industrial plant;coarse grain;public authority;financial difficulties;farm output;import finance;competitive position;world market;employment opportunities;employment opportunity;salt water;freight traffic;account receivable;industrial production;wholesale price;national product;market price;payment arrangement;tourist services;currency devaluation;freight capacity;conversion rate;tourist operation;government aid;dairy product;share capital;Resource export;freight rate;net operating;tourist traffic;external balance;net profit;insurance policy;registered lien;



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Second loan administration report on the loan to the Netherlands (English). Europe series Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.