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Cox: Amsterdam has first-world financial dilemma

The city that invented the stock exchange and multinational may be Europe's ideal post-Brexit banking hub. Beyond fears about traders' Ferraris clogging bike lanes, however, Amsterdammers will need to overcome a bonus cap. This is where populism may win out over Dutch pragmatism.
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