Dutch disease
Problems stemming from a rise in national income, usually due to the discovery of Natural Resources or foreign investment, which might include a decrease in competitiveness and rising imports. Dutch disease originated from the competitiveness crisis experienced by the Netherlands in the 1960s after large Natural gas deposits were discovered in the North Sea that caused the Dutch guilder to rise substantially in the forex market.
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