George - Pat: Information from CIA World Factbook on Netherlands: The Netherlands, the sixth-largest economy in the European Union. A highly mechanized agricultural sector employs only 2% of the labor force but provides large surpluses for food-processing and underpins the country’s status as the world’s second largest agricultural exporter. Taxes and other revenues: 41.8% of GDP (2017 est.) Public debt: 59% of GDP (2017 est.); 61.8% of GDP (2016 est.) Exports: $526.4 billion (2017 est.); commodities: machinery and transport equipment, chemicals, mineral fuels; food and livestock, manufactured goods; partners: Germany 24.1%, Belgium 10.7%, UK 9.4%, France 8.8%, Italy 4.2% (2016). Imports: $435.4 billion (2017 est.); commodities: machinery and transport equipment, chemicals, fuels, foodstuffs, clothing; partners: Germany 15.3%, China 14.1%, Belgium 8.4%, US 7.9%, UK 5.3%, Russia 4.1% (2016). Notice above that US is Netherlands 4TH largest import partner but exports very little to US, so what is US's hook for trade?