Dutch media are announcing a restart of Fokker following a 20 million euro loan from the Ministry of Economic Affairs:
Dutch to English translation (Google):
The Ministry of Economic Affairs has a loan of 20 million euros pledged for the development of a new Fokker aircraft.
Fokker went bankrupt 14 years ago, but investment company NG Aircraft (owned by Rosen Jacobson) is now building an airplane based on the old Fokker 100.
NG Aircraft is one and a half years preparing and thinks that the first plane may be ready over five years .
It is intended that the device is less harmful to the environment than comparable aircraft. The European Commission must still approve the aid.
Link: Fokker 100