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Beroepsbevolking in Nederland minder hard gekrompen dan in buitenland

In april zijn 160.000 mensen in Nederland hun baan kwijtgeraakt. Het Centraal Planbureau (CPB) spreekt van een historische krimp, maar zegt dat de situatie vergeleken met die in andere landen nog meevalt.
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