What contributed to the economic growth of the Netherlands?

Holland is a state that for a long time belonged to the colonial possessions of Spain. This burdened the lives of the locals, who tried to develop capitalist relations at the end of the Middle Ages. The Spanish leadership did not give free rein to their possessions. But in the 16th century, a revolution broke out in the Netherlands, which led to the liberation of the state. After that, the Netherlands began to actively develop the economic sphere. This allowed them to come out on top in trade and in terms of living standards.

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