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Holland: World Cup boosts hospitality indistry

07-08-2010 13:53 BJT Special Report:World Cup 2010 |

The Dutch are surprising everyone in the World Cup, defeating formidable rivals including Brazil and Uruguay. Their stellar performance is also good news for catering businesses back home, as excited fans gather to celebrate the big event.

Restaurants and bars in Holland are jostling to provide the best environment to watch the World Cup, as loyal fans gather to support their team. This bar in the Hague is decked out entirely in orange, the color of the Dutch team.

Careful planning is paying off for this bar owner.

Business has been so busy that he hasn't even had time to count the till. But one thing's for sure - the World Cup has brought a windfall of good business and revenue for Holland's hospitality industry.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source:

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