COVID-19 impact on supply chains

How much increase is seen in the retail turnover at Dutch supermarkets?

In the second week of March, Dutch supermarkets achieved 35 percent higher turnover than in the same week last year. Turnover between 9 and 15 March was higher than in any week before Christmas, traditionally the week with the highest turnover. The sharpest increase was seen in turnover of shelf-stable products, including canned goods, frozen vegetables, rice and pasta, along with hand soap, toilet paper and pharmaceutical products.
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What are the Netherlands' top imports from China?

By far the largest import from China are high-tech products, with a total import value of 15.2 billion euros in 2019. This is followed by machinery and machinery components (9.9 billion euros).
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How much is imported into the Netherlands from Italy?

Dutch imports from Italy amount to 11.9 billion euros. This was 2.6 percent of total goods imports in 2019.
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What are the Netherlands' top imports from Italy?

The main imports from Italy are machinery and transport equipment. In 2019, these imports had a value of 3.4 billion euros. The single largest product was telecommunications equipment or components thereof with a value of 481 million euros.
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Which imported products are mostly from Italy?

Almost 17 percent of total olive oil imports into the Netherlands came from Italy. Italy also accounted for about 13 percent of all Dutch wine imports as well as whey imports (y-product during the production of cheese and cheese products).
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Which industries in the Netherlands are most severely affected by disruptions in the Italian supply chains?

The manufacturing industries in particular depend on Italian goods and services in the realisation of production; the highest shares in value added from Italy were found in the basic metals industry and the building materals industry. Roughly 10 percent of the production for end products within these industries is value added from Italy (2018).
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