(d) Where it is apparent from all the circumstances of the present case that the treaty is manifestly more closely linked to a country other than that referred to in points (b) or (c), the law of that other country shall apply. If the parties have not included in their contract specific provisions relating to a case of force majeure, legislative amendments or MACs, Dutch law applies. In addition, the general principles of adequacy and fairness (redelijkheid en billijkheid) apply to all Contract Law Contracts and may affect confidence in contractual provisions. . . .