Daan Lenderink: Shareholder of color | Business travel news

In reality, the judge does not discuss it and neither does the minister. The judge checks against local law and the minister is allowed to look after the shop in caretaker status. The minister cannot be denied some selective indignation here, and neither can some RBV members; the value of the underlying homes rose due to the proximity of the same Schiphol, much faster than the average in the Netherlands, but that was fair.

It suited the minister for a while. After the disappointment achieved with regard to the Balanced Approach and Open Skies, noise pollution now serves as a catalyst. However, the voter has opted for a radically different course and none of the forming parties seems to be going for shrinkage, and neither does the business community. These companies account for a total of 95 percent of tax revenues and that is why the government is putting the business climate on life support, as evidenced by the Beethoven project. It already indicates the priorities of the upcoming cabinet.

Listed funds in this country act in accordance with the Dutch corporate governance code, a strict code in which the interests of shareholders are guaranteed by management and supervisors. If a party acts contrary to this interest, immediate action will be taken.
But what if the government itself is a shareholder and is represented by politicians who focus on their own party ideals?

There is a push for voluntary reduction of infrastructure and one of the shareholders even says that this is not happening fast enough. Under the leadership of Mrs. Halsema, the Municipality of Amsterdam has indicated that it will behave as an activist shareholder, according to airport councilor Hester van Buren (PvdA).

However, this week the opportunism prize goes to the VU Amsterdam. You know, that university where students are no longer allowed to include white authors on their reading lists and where teachers are no longer allowed to give their opinions. It was researched there that Schiphol could easily shrink by 30 percent. The economy would even be better off, according to the study conducted together with the BUas (formerly NHTV) in Breda. The final conclusions obviously had nothing to do with the fact that Natuur en Milieu was the client.

When we study the research we see that the university has forgotten connectivity as an international location factor. The freight sector, with 150 million tons of freight per year, has also been accidentally forgotten to include. An average Toilet Duck would be jealous of it.