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...ap van Soest Trustee of the Netherlands Antilles: A History of Money, Banking and the Economy, With Special Reference to the Central Bank van de Nederlandse Antillen, 1828-1978 Curacao, Bank van de Nederlandse Antillen ... Trustee of the Netherlands Antilles : a history of money ... ... . 1978. Hardcover, 422 pp. Map, color plates, b&w plates. For Condition, Index, and more details see photos. The Netherlands Antilles was an autonomous Caribbean country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.It was dissolved on 10 October 2010. After dissolution, the "BES islands" of the Dutch Caribbean — Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba — became the Caribbean Netherlands, "special municipalities" of the Netherlands p ... Soest, Dr Jaap van: Trustee of the Netherlands Antilles: A ... ... .It was dissolved on 10 October 2010. After dissolution, the "BES islands" of the Dutch Caribbean — Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba — became the Caribbean Netherlands, "special municipalities" of the Netherlands proper — a structure that only exists in the Caribbean. The Netherlands Antilles (1954-2010) was a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Aruba left and became a separate constituent country in 1986. In 2010 the Netherlands Antilles was dissolved where Curaçao and Sint Maarten became their own constituent countries. Bonaire (₳|₩... 2. The seat of the corporation must be within the Netherlands Antilles. Article 37 The deed of incorporation shall state the amount of the authorized capital, the number and the amount of the shares, as well as the number of shares subscribed for by each of the incorporators. Article 38 1. Netherlands Antilles - Netherlands Antilles - Economy: Unlike most other Caribbean islands, the Netherlands Antilles seldom depended on the export of sugar or other plantation crops, which could not grow well in the dry climate of the larger islands. Instead, Curaçao (and during the 18th century Sint Eustatius) developed into a centre of regional trading and finance, activities that, together ... Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Emmanuel, Isaac Samuel. History of the Jews of the Netherlands Antilles. Cincinnati, American Jewish Archives, 1970 Curacao The Netherlands Antilles Private Foundations An Attractive Vehicle for Intellectual Property (IP) Rights Private Foundations Under the Laws of The Netherlands Antilles The Establishment and Use of The Netherlands Antilles "Stichting Particulier Fonds" ( Private Foundation ) Introduction In 1998 the Netherlands Antilles introduced a new type of legal entity, the Private Foundation ... Learn more about studying at University of the Netherlands Antilles including how it performs in QS rankings, the cost of tuition and further course information Netherlands Antilles Offshore Companies, i.e. those that derive all their income from outside the Netherlands Antilles, are liable to tax rates of between 2.4% and 6%, dependent upon activity. Investment holding companies pay 2.4% on first US$ 56,000 and 3% on balance The Netherlands Antilles was a country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.The country was originally a group of six islands in the Caribbean Sea.Some were discovered in 1493 by Christopher Columbus, and some were discovered in 1499 by Alonso de Ojeda.. Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao are part of the Leeward Islands.They are near Venezuela. Saint Martin, Sint Eustatius, and Saba are part of the ... The Netherlands are the part of the Kingdom which is situated in Europe. Aruba originally formed part of the Netherlands Antilles but acquired a separate status in 1986. The Netherlands Antilles, then, comprises two island groups in the Caribbean Sea. As of 2010, there's technically no such thing as the Netherlands Antilles, although the name is still widely used for its five once-constituent Caribbean islands - Bonaire, Curacao, Sint ...