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Thursday, July 20, 2006 


Thursday 20 July 2006

Stimulus to go back

CURACAO – In the coming four years, the Economic Affairs Service (DEZ) of Curacao will support the IntEnt employers’ program that stimulates Antilleans in the Netherlands to start a business on the island. IntEnt expects to guide 50 actual start-ups that would be good for an investment of 2.5 million guilders and approximately 200 jobs. In the picture, IntEnt-director Klaas Molenaar and Ramon Chong, on behalf of DEZ, signing the cooperation agreement.

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