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Dutch economy to grow strongly after restrictions end

The tightening of Covid restrictions in the Netherlands in response to the resurgence of the virus there in recent weeks will put a temporary brake on GDP growth in Q4. But we think that the underlying strength of domestic demand and an increase in net trade will allow a swift recovery once the pandemic restrictions are lifted again.

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