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Dutch firms have earned millions of euros on building projects linked to the Qatar World Cup


Aug-03 22:51 first published at 22:51 PM

The Qatar mission was given a red card. provided the image. According to research published on Tuesday in Trouw, Dutch firms have earned millions of euros on construction projects related to the upcoming World Cup in Qatar. According to the paper, some companies have earned tens of millions of euros from their work. Construction giant BAM, steel company Frijns Staal, Royal HaskoningDHV, dredging firm Boskalis, and civil engineers Arcadis are among the companies named in the paper as having worked in the Gulf state. According to the paper, the companies were involved in the construction of a metro station for football fans, an airport, and the development of a new city complete with a football stadium. The Qatar World Cup has become a highly contentious project, as two million laborers have been brought in to complete the work, often in deplorable conditions. Thousands of them have perished. Trouw stated that it was unaware of any deaths associated with the Dutch projects. According to the paper, not all Dutch firms involved in Qatar conducted any research into working conditions before moving. A number of Dutch national football team sponsors, including ING, Albert Heijn, KPN, and lottery company Nederlandse Loterij, have stated that they will not be attending the event. Thank you for your contribution to The team at would like to thank all of the generous readers who have donated in recent weeks. Your financial support has enabled us to extend our coverage of the coronavirus crisis into the evenings and weekends, ensuring that you are kept up to date on the most recent developments. has been free for 14 years, but we could not provide you with fair and accurate news and features about all things Dutch without the financial support of our readers. This is made possible by your contributions. If you haven’t donated yet but would like to, you can do so using Ideal, a credit card, or PayPal. Please assist us in continuing to provide you with information about coronavirus in the Netherlands. Thank you to everyone who has donated to recently! We could not provide this service without your assistance. If you haven’t already done so, you can do so here. The staff of

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