Local taxes rise by an average of 4.4%, Amsterdam seeks to claw back lost tourist income

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(Dutch News)

Local government taxes are set to rise by an average of 4.4% this year, as councils seek to generate €11.3bn, according to new figures from national statistics office CBS. But there are sharp differences depending on where you live.

In Overbetuwe in Gelderland, for example, the council plans on spending 21% more this year, but in the Noord Brabant town of Vught the budget is being cut by over 15%.

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