Dutch business economy

The business economy in the Netherlands comprises all enterprises listed in the General Business Register (ABR) sections B up to and including N, exclusive of K, plus S95. The ABR is based on the Dutch Standard Industrial Classification (Dutch SBI 2008). This means that agriculture, forestry and fishing (A), financial institutions (K), public administration, public services and compulsory social security (O), education (P), human health and social work activities (Q), culture, sports and recreation (R), world view and political organisations, interest and ideological organisations, hobby clubs (S94), wellness and other services; funeral activities (S96), activities of households as employers; undifferentiated goods and service-producing activities of households for own use (T) and extraterritorial organisations and bodies (U) fall outside the scope of the Dutch business economy.
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