Cyber ​​Monday | Car import stagnates | Vestia Process

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Have we finished shopping yet? Anyone who thought they would be ready after Black Friday: forget it. Because today is Cyber ​​Monday, another American bargain festival that has reached the European mainland and to which the necessary Dutch web shops are also cleverly tapping into.

Where are those chips? We are importing less and less cars, mainly because of the global chip shortage. Where the Dutch car industry returned to the level it was before the corona crisis last quarter, there are now mainly concerns about chips, not to mention the historic staff shortage.

Vestia trial in The Hague. And no, we’re not talking about that derivatives scandal or that grabbing ex-top executive. This new, large business revolves around awarding contracts for cleaning and DIY companies from the region in exchange for bribes. Two former employees played a key role.

Airport is getting a facelift. No trips from Rotterdam The Hague Airport to London or Barcelona for a week this week. A major overhaul is badly needed: fresh asphalt, LED lighting, wider taxiway, you name it.

About the nuclear deal with Iran. After months of icy silence, world leaders – now without the US – are back at the negotiating table against Iran in Vienna. The target? You (Iran) suspend your nuclear program, then we ease the economic sanctions.

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PS The government is hardly interested in real subversive crime, where millions of euros are looted. The war against subversion is waged only against its own citizens, using mass surveillance as a weapon. writes Zahra Boufadiss in her column.

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