Holland vs the Netherlands

Holland vs the Netherlands

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Irving Roosburg, Manager of the Government, Netherlands Antilles

Irving Roosburg, Manager of the Government, Netherlands Antilles

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Mr. Irving T. Roosburg, Information Manager of the Government, Netherlands Antilles vertelt over SmartReading. Business School Netherlands
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The Netherlands Antilles

The Netherlands Antilles

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GeographyArea: 960 sq. km. (597 sq. mi.); more than five times the size of Washington, DC; five islands divided geographically into the Windward Islands (northern) group (Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten) and the Leeward Islands (southern) group (Bonaire and Curaçao). Cities: Capital--Willemstad (metropolitan). Islands: Curaçao (pop. 141,766) Sint Maarten (40,917), Bonaire (12,877), Sint Eustatius (2,768), Saba (1,601). Terrain: Generally hilly, volcanic interiors. Climate: Tropical; ameliorated by northeast trade winds. People / Nationality: Noun and adjective--Dutch. Population (2009): 199,929./ Annual population growth rate (2009): 0.73%. Ethnic groups: Mixed black 85%, other 15% (mixed Latin American, white, East Asian). Religions: Roman Catholic (72%), Pentecostal (4.9%), Protestant (3.5%), Seventh-Day Adventist (3.1%), Jehovahs Witness (1.7%), other Christian (4.2%), Jewish (1.3%), other (1.2%), none (5.2%). Languages: Dutch (official), Papiamento predominates, English is widely spoken, Spanish. Education: Literacy--96.7% Curaçao; 96.3% Netherlands Antilles (2003). Health: Infant mortality rate--6.1 deaths/1,000 live births; 62.6 live births per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years old. Life expectancy--female, 79.9 yrs.; male, 72.8 yrs.Work force (95,000; 2009): Agriculture--1%; industry--15%; services--84%. Bonaire With origins similar to Curaçao, Bonaire was captured by the Dutch in 1634, and was a granary for the Dutch East Indian Company until 1791, when the government reclaimed control. Sint Eustatius The first settlement in Sint Eustatius was established in 1636 and changed hands between the Dutch, French, and Spanish 22 times in its history. In the 18th century the island became a duty-free port for overburdened colonizers shipping back to the homeland, which propelled it into a major port with rapid population growth that lost momentum after the American-British peace treaty in 1783. Saba Columbus was the first to sight Saba, but it was the Dutch who colonized the island in 1640 with a party from Sint Eustatius. Because of its difficult terrain, the island's growth progressed slowly, and it remains the least populated island in the Dutch Kingdom. Sint Maarten The Dutch were the first to colonize Sint Maarten in 1631, but within 2 years the Spanish invaded and evacuated the settlers. The Dutch failed in an attempt to regain the island in 1644, but 4 years later the Spanish abandoned the island of their own accord. In 1648 the island was divided between the Dutch and the French; however, complete control of the island was seized numerous times in a series of conflicts. The British became involved as well, taking power for 6-year and 10-year stints. Finally, in 1817, the current partition line between Dutch and French was established. The island flourished under a slave-based plantation economy and the exportation of salt until abolition of slavery in 1863. Unification In 1845 the Dutch Windward islands united with Curaçao, Bonaire, and Aruba in a political unit. The islands' economy remained weak until the 20th century, when oil was discovered in Venezuelas Lake Maracaibo and a refinery was established on Curaçao. In addition, during the same period, an offshore financial sector was created to serve Dutch business interests. Since 1954, the federation of the Netherlands Antilles (Curacao, Bonaire, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten), which is a constituent part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has been semi-autonomous in most internal affairs. The Kingdom retains authority over foreign affairs, defense, final judicial review, and "Kingdom matters" including human rights and good governance. Aruba was part of this federation until January 1, 1986, when it gained a separate status within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. About 85% of Curacao's population is of African derivation. The remaining 15% is made up of various races and nationalities, including Dutch, Portuguese, North Americans, natives from other Caribbean islands, Latin Americans, Sephardic Jews, Lebanese, and Asians. Roman Catholicism predominates, but several other religions are represented, which include Anglican, Jewish, Muslim, Protestant, Mormon, Baptist, Islam, and Hindu. The Jewish community is the oldest in the Western Hemisphere, dating back to 1634. While faltering economic conditions caused the Netherlands Antilles to experience high rates of migration by citizens to the Netherlands from 1998-2002, this trend has largely been reversed in recent years.
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St. Maarten

St. Maarten

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Sint Maarten (Dutch pronunciation: [sɪnt ˈmaːrtə(n)]) is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It encompasses the southern half of the Caribbean island of Saint Martin, while the northern half of the island constitutes the French overseas collectivity of Saint-Martin. Its capital is Philipsburg. Its population is 37,000 on 34km2. Before 10 October 2010, Sint Maarten was known as the Island Territory of Sint Maarten (Dutch: Eilandgebied Sint Maarten), and was one of five island territories (eilandgebieden) that constituted the Netherlands Antilles. In 1493, during Christopher Columbus' second voyage to the West Indies, upon first sighting the island he named it Isla de San Martín after Saint Martin of Tours because it was 11 November, St. Martin's Day. However, though he claimed it as a Spanish territory, Columbus never landed there, and Spain made the settlement of the island a low priority. The French and Dutch, on the other hand, both coveted the island. While the French wanted to colonize the islands between Trinidad and Bermuda, the Dutch found San Martín a convenient halfway point between their colonies in New Amsterdam (present day New York) and Brazil. With few people inhabiting the island, the Dutch easily founded a settlement there in 1631, erecting Fort Amsterdam as protection from invaders. Jan Claeszen Van Campen became its first governor, and soon thereafter the Dutch East India Company began their salt mining operations. French and British settlements sprang up on the island as well. Taking note of these successful colonies and wanting to maintain their control of the salt trade, the Spanish now found St. Martin much more appealing. The Eighty Years' War which had been raging between Spain and the Netherlands provided further incentive to attack. Spanish forces captured Saint Martin from the Dutch in 1633, seizing control and driving most or all of the colonists off the island. At Point Blanche, they built what is now Old Spanish Fort to secure the territory. Although the Dutch retaliated in several attempts to win back St. Martin, they failed. Fifteen years after the Spanish conquered the island, the Eighty Years' War ended. Since they no longer needed a base in the Caribbean and St. Martin barely turned a profit, the Spanish lost their inclination to continue defending it. In 1648, they deserted the island.
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JULIAN ROLLOCKS STRICTLY BUSINESS judith roumou

JULIAN ROLLOCKS STRICTLY BUSINESS judith roumou

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JULIAN ROLLOCKS STRICTLY BUSINESS ST MAARTEN NETHERLANDS ANTILLES judith roumou
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DHW International your gateway to doing business in The Netherlands

DHW International your gateway to doing business in The Netherlands

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In this clip we show you how DHW International can help you to establish a business in The Netherlands and how our teamwork will contribute to your result.
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Saba Landing, Worlds Shortest Runway SXM-SAB

Saba Landing, Worlds Shortest Runway SXM-SAB

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Saba, Shortest Runway In The World! Fun fact: SAB, the only airport on the island of Saba, has the shortest commercial runway in the world! It's only 400 meters long. It's quite fun to land there - even when the stall warnings go off :-) Only interested in the landing? Click here: https://youtu.be/kXxGfJGwtoo?t=60 This is a flight report of Winair flight 435 from SXM to SAB, operated by a Twin Otter. I usually don't make movies about this kind of flights, but as I was on Sint Maarten (SXM) because of my Status Challenge with American Airlines, I thought I'd hop over to SAB, film, and make a video! I hope you like it - please let me know in the comments! Please also have a look at my flight report video's about International First Class; on Air France https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOIKAnF3mjs on Emirates https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwwesg98-6E on Etihad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Us8KuiZ2vTo Please, subscribe to my channel, more flight reports will follow! And if you like the video, please give it a 'thumbs up'! If you have feedback or requests, leave me a comment! I'm also on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sieto78/ My site: http://www.nevernotflying.com Music: 'Infektious' by Ryan Little - https://www.youtube.com/user/TheR4C2010 (check him out!) © NeverNotFlying Please contact me before using this video on your own site. Always give me credit and link to my original video! It is -NOT- OK to freeboot, aka steal, this video and upload it to your own account and/or another platform!
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Plaza Hotel & Casino Video : Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles

Plaza Hotel & Casino Video : Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles

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Plaza Hotel & Casino Video : Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles Located in Pietermaai, Plaza Curacao Hotel & Casino is a perfect starting point from which to explore Willemstad. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. Facilities like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, casino, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are readily available for you to enjoy. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, air conditioning, desk. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as fitness center, outdoor pool, pool (kids). A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Plaza Curacao Hotel & Casino. Check-in from 15:00 , check-out prior to 11:00 Wi-Fi in public areas, Parking, 24 hours Front Desk Service, Restaurant/cafe, Swimming Pool, Bar, Business centre, Gym, Laundry service, Concierge service. Shower, TV, Air conditioning, Safe box, Hairdryer. Hotel adress: Plasa Piar z/n, Las Vegas, Twitter: https://twitter.com/allhotelsvideo Blogspot: http://hotels-video.blogspot.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hotelsvideo Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hotels-video/ Google Plus: http://google.com/+allhotelsvideo Youtube: http://youtube.com/c/allhotelsvideo Reserve: http://videohotels.net/hotels/SX/Willemstad-24629/Plaza_Hotel_Curacao_Casino-238965.html?marker=45413
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Bonaire, Dutch Antilles 2011

Bonaire, Dutch Antilles 2011

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Visit: http://webtravelmap.com Hello You Tube users! Thank you for watching this video! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­------------------------------- *Description* The video speaks for itself :-) Enjoy! About Bonaire: Like any other country, Bonaire has a unique sights which makes this country unique travel destination in the world! We sincerely hope this wonderful video will help people to recognize beauty of this country and encourage them to explore as much as possible. Selecting and watching this video is just beginning of your journey. For more information on tourism and travel in Bonaire, you can visit our Bonaire web page: http://www.webtravelmap.com/country.php?cid=38 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­------------------------------- *Disclaimer* We do not own this video, it is posted only for promotion and presentation of the country and all rights belong to their respective owners. Thank you for reading this.
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GLOBAL WEALTH TRANSFER BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

GLOBAL WEALTH TRANSFER BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

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Paris CDG to Princess Juliana International - Air France Airbus A340-300 01-04-12

Paris CDG to Princess Juliana International - Air France Airbus A340-300 01-04-12

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At 9am we find ourselves at Paris Charles De Gaulle international airport, located 16 miles north of the city centre. Paris CDG was built between 1966 and 1974 as the new main Paris International Airport, replacing Le Bourget airport located a short distance from the site, and taking a majority of the business flights from Orly, located south of the city. The airport covers 12 square miles of land and consists of 3 terminals. Terminal 1 is the original terminal that opened in 1974, Terminal 2 opened gradually throughout the late 1990s and early 2000s and Terminal 3 opened in 2007, coinsiding with the opening of the CDGVAL light rail system that connects the terminals. Our flight begins at Terminal 2C, where we board Air France owned Airbus A340-300 F-GZLM. The Airbus A340-300 entered service in 1993 as a direct competitor of the Boeing 777-200. Capable of carrying 295 (depending on configuration), the aircraft is an integral part of the Air France international fleet, with 13 of the aircraft on its books: 1. After pushback, we taxi along the apron past the large variety of aircraft parked up at either the Terminal gates or the satellite parking stands. The airport is a hive of activity around the clock, being the 10th busiest airport in the world in terms of aircraft movements and the 7th busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger numbers. 2. After taxiing to Runway 08L, the aircraft ploughs down the runway and taxes to the skies. 3. Making a sharp starboard turn to the west, we get a quick glimpse of the airport, where an Air France owned Boeing 777 can be seen climbing away following our departure. 4. A few minutes later we find ourselves flying over Paris, where all its landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Palace de Invalides and the Arc de Triomphe can be below. 5. The flight eventually leaves the French shore south of the French harbour town of Portbail. 6. After 8 hours of the Atlantic Ocean and watching cartoons on the TV, land once again comes into sight. The small island of Anguilla comes into view below the aircraft. The first settlers on this small island have been dated back as far as 1300BC, and today the island is a popular getaway for the nouveaux riche of the United Kingdom, the nation under which this island is governed. 7. After a steep turn to port, the aircraft lines up for the famous final approach and comes in low over the famous Maho Beach, on which hundreds gather daily to get a glimpse of this fantastic spectacle. 8. And thus after touchdown we arrive at the island of St Maarten. St Maarten's first settlers have been dated back to 800AD and today the island is jointly governed by France in the north and the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the south. In 2010, what was formerly known as the Netherland Antilles (that encompassed a majority of the Dutch island colonies in the Caribbean) was dissolved, thereby making the island a constituent country. St Maarten is certainly a vibrant and plentiful land, filled with large amounts of culture that has gone relatively untainted when compared to other islands that have been influenced heavily by the tourist industry. In an ironic twist, where most holidaymakers make a point of making the airport the last place they see when they arrive, here the airport is the main attraction, attracting both tourists and die hard plane enthusiasts such as myself from all over the world! Enjoy!
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KLM Delft Blue Houses (House No.91)

KLM Delft Blue Houses (House No.91)

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Each year KLM presents a new collectable Delft Blue house to its World Business Class passengers on intercontinental flights. The miniature houses are replicas of historical Dutch buildings. House number 91 represents the 'Antillenhuis' (Antilles House) in The Hague. From October 10th, 2010 onwards the Dutch Antilles obtain a new political status. The Antilles House was selected to highlight this event and also to endorse KLM's special ties with Antilles islands since its first flight to Curaçao with the Snip in 1934. KLM's porcelain houses are filled with genever, Dutch gin. Over the years they have become desirable collectors' items, generating a lively trade among passengers. More info: http://www.klm.com/travel/gb_en/prepare_for_travel/on_board/travel_classes/miniatures.htm
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"Tuilips from Amsterdam" Curacao

"Tuilips from Amsterdam" Curacao

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Is Morinda Bioactives the perfect business? Answers by Robert Kiyosaki - Time for change

Is Morinda Bioactives the perfect business? Answers by Robert Kiyosaki - Time for change

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Daily Devotional - 18-05-2017 - PRIORITIZE YOUR DESTINY - Dr.Isaiah Wealth

Daily Devotional - 18-05-2017 - PRIORITIZE YOUR DESTINY - Dr.Isaiah Wealth

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Daily Devotional - PRIORITIZE YOUR DESTINY 🔶🔸METAMORPHOSIS (#1 Daily Devotional Tract by Dr. Isaiah & Lianna Wealth) 🗓 Thursday, 18th May, 2017. 📜 SCRIPTURAL TEXT: (Hebrews 12:16) “Lest there be any fornicator, or profane person, as Esau, who for one morsel of meat sold his birthright.” 🔹 🔹 🔹 Esau sold his birth right, his covenant right to inherit the blessings of Abraham, for just one morsel of meat! Now, the birth right and a morsel of meat are incomparable; while a morsel of meat can only relieve your hunger for a few hours, the Abrahamic blessing is forever. Which is of priority to you? Your consciousness of your destiny in God is revealed in how much you are willing to invest in the things of God at the expense of the pleasures of life. To place immediate gratification ahead of the prosperity of your future is to trade your destiny for a morsel of meat; and just as in the case of Esau, tears of regret may never be enough to redeem that which has been lost (Heb. 12:17). Therefore, place a higher priority on your destiny today by making decisions which promotes the future you see rather than the needs of the moment. Be motivated to labour, pray and invest based on the kind of future you desire in your business, your career or in God, being confident that as you stick with God’s Word and refuse to compromise, your latter end should greatly increase (Job 8:7). Halleluyah! 🔹 🔹 🔹 🎙 DR ISAIAH PROPHESIES (Say Amen to these): 🔸Receive wisdom to prioritise your destiny in God above mundane things in Jesus name. 🔸As you step out today, may favour surround you like a shield in Jesus name. ACTION POINTS 🔸DO THIS: Consider those things that seem to be taking a higher place in your heart, are they in line with your destiny in God? If No, focus on the future rather than the needs of the moment. 🔸SAY: I decree and I declare that the blessings of Abraham are mine. 📚 STUDY YOUR BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: JUDGES 7&8,1 TIMOTHY 5, PSALMS 149 🌍 CHRISTIAN MISSION FOCUS Let's pray for the Netherlands Antilles 20% of its population are unreached with the Gospel. Evangelical witness progresses slowly but steadily. A vital, growing Church on every island is a target for prayer. The charismatic are the fastest growing and most outreach-oriented group in the nation. 🙏🏼We are praying for more churches to be planted in every island in the nation. 🔹 START-UP PRAYER: Dear Lord, help me never to compromise my destiny for anything in Jesus name. 🔹 PRAYER OF REDEDICATION: Father, I thank you for the salvation of my soul and the privilege of seeing the fifth month of 2017. I desire to grow in the knowledge of your will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding, and to develop in every area of my life by the power of your Spirit. I yield myself to your Spirit to work in me that which is well pleasing in your sight oh Lord and I consecrate my whole body, spirit and soul to you today in Jesus Name. Amen * * * 🔃 Please keep this in circulation as you rebroadcast to family and friends. Someone somewhere needs the Word today. Become the Social Media Evangelist that reaches them with the Gospel. 🔰 Also remember to reach us with yourg testimonies on the following platforms: Facebook: www.facebook.com/drmichaelisaiahwealth @Twitter: @drisaiahwealth Email: info@devotionalbox.com * * * Worship at our international Headquarters this Sunday at Gospel Pillars Church Coliseum, Plot 11C Kudirat Abiola Way, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos Nigeria. For other worship centers around the world, please call an appropriate number below: Nigeria: +2347036905175 Africa: +27629858680 America: +19018466609 Asia: +919739362049 Europe: +447774915049 GOD BLESS YOU!
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