It is the most controversial passage from the Budget Memorandum: the cabinet wants to reward companies that invest in the next two years with an extra tax deduction of 2 billion euros. Contrary to the opposition, the FNV trade union has so far been silent about the so-called Job-related Investment Discount (BIK), which aims – as the name says it all – to maintain employment levels. But today, on the first day of the Financial Discussions with Minister of Finance Wopke Hoekstra, the union breaks the silence. Because there is nothing wrong with the aim of the BIK, but with the means it is, says vice-president Tuur Elzinga.
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