1) Introduction The Netherlands, also known as Holland. But its official name is Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is a country in Western Europe and bordered by the North Sea in north and west, by Germany in east and Belgium in the south. The Netherlands` five largest cities are Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht and Eindhoven. The capital city of the Netherlands is Amsterdam, which generated from a small fishing village in the late 12th century. It is situated in the western part of the country. The Netherlands, the sixth-largest economy in the European Union. The total population of Netherlands was calculated 17.08 million people on January 1st 2017. On January 1st 2016 the population was 16.98 million. And it shows that in the comparison from the last year it increased 0.6 percent. In 1960 Netherlands had a population of 11.4 million people. The population of Netherlands represents 0.24 percent of the world’s total population and it means that one person in every 418 people on the planet is an inhabitant of Netherlands. 2018 forecast shows that the Netherlands population will reach 17.1799 million. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the Netherlands was 770.85 billion US dollars in 2016. It represents 1.24 percent of the world economy. During 1960-2016 GDP in the Netherlands averaged 339.48 USD Billion. It reached a record high of 936.23 USD Billion in 2008 and a record low of 12.28 USD Billion in 1960. According to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations GDP in the Netherlands will reach 780.00 USDBillion by the end of this quarter. The Netherlands GDP is expected to be approximately 875.00 USD Billion in 2020. The Gross Domestic Product per capita in the Netherlands was 52111.47 US dollars in 2016. During 1960-2016 GDP per capita in the Netherlands averaged 35187.12 USD. It reached a record high of 52118.09 USD in 2008 and a record low of 16188.54 USD in 1961. On quarter in the third three months of 2017 Dutch economy developed 0.4 percent matching preliminary estimate. Since the second quarter of 2016, exports and private consumption growth slowed and it was the weakest growth rate. At the same time, investment rose faster and government spending stay stable. GDP Growth Rate in the Netherlands averaged 0.55 percent from 1988 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 1.70 percent in the first quarter of 1999 and a record low of -3.20 percent in the first quarter of 2009. GDP growth was 2.1% in 2016, according to Statistics Netherlands (CBS), and forecasted to be 2.1% in 2017 according to the latest projection by the Netherlands Bureau of Policy Analysis (CPB). The Netherlands is the fifth-largest economy in the Euro Zone and important transportation hub in Europe. The Dutch economy depends heavily on foreign trade. Exports accounting for 83 percent of GDP and imports for 72 percent.