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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Netherlands should keep tight trade ties with Britain after London leaves the European Union, a report commissioned by the Dutch parliament said on Tuesday.
The report, intended to look at the impact of Brexit from a Dutch perspective, said Britain was the Netherlands' second largest trading partner, accounting for 9 percent of exports.
"Any restriction on free trade with Britain would inevitably be at the cost of Dutch exports, prosperity and employment," it said.
Reporting by Toby Sterling; Editing by Andrew Heavens