What type of government and economy do the Benelux Countries have?


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2017-02-19 00:45:01
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Benelux is a treaty between Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Belgium and the Netherlands are constitutional monarchies and Luxemburg is a Grand Duchy. The countries work together on intellectual property laws.


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