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You and us, we are business owners. On the one hand, I think we should all source as much as possible from primary EU sources now like olive oil, to prevent introduction of permanent EU transfer mechanisms (as if they aren't there yet). Asset purchases are being done by the ECB and member state banks, so I don't see market prices there at the moment. On the other hand, I wonder why The Dutch government prefers ECB asset purchases above simply buying the output from competitive businesses (while ignoring those that are heavily state subsidised)? 


My business would certainly be helped more by government buying of the output rather than handouts. Selling trips to the Tokyo Olympics is difficult now. But the Dutch government can buy them all and I will customise them next year.

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