National accounts 2009; Macroeconomic data

National accounts 2009; Macroeconomic data

Kind of figure Periods Macroeconomic balancing Domestic product Gross, market prices Macroeconomic balancing National income Gross, market prices Macroeconomic balancing Disposable national income Gross, market prices Macroeconomic balancing National saving National saving (gross) Macroeconomic balancing National saving National saving (net) Macroeconomic balancing Surplus of the nation on curr. trans. Surplus of the nation on curr. trans.
Current prices, mln euro 1969 51,790.0 52,967.0 52,951.0 15,513 9,746 1,298
Current prices, mln euro 2006 540,216.0 554,741.0 546,721.0 156,837 78,243 48,744
Current prices, mln euro 2007 571,773.0 581,275.0 572,518.0 164,894 82,822 48,087
Current prices, mln euro 2008** 596,226.0 584,899.0 575,917.0 153,143 67,289 28,595
Current prices, mln euro 2009* 571,979.0 556,518.0 549,805.0 124,796 36,939 19,420
Source: CBS
Explanation of symbols

Table description


This publication is a summary of the national accounts. It contains
macroeconomic data and concise information about the production process,
the sector accounts and the labour market. More details about these
subjects can be found in the tables mentioned under the third heading in
this explanation: "links to relevant tables and articles".
The subjects of the publication give a specification of the most important
mocroeconomic totals. These macroeconomic transactions can also be found in

the chapter Macroeconomics in the printed publication National accounts of
the Netherlands.Well-known macroeconomic data are: Gross Domestic Product
(GDP), volume change of GDP (economic growth) and national income.

The subjects in the publication are structured as follows:
- macroeconomic balancing
- structure macroeconomic balancing
- macroeconomic classifications

The data can be selected as follows:
- Current prices, mln euro
- Volume changes, %
- Volume-indices, 2000 = 100
- Constant prices, at prices of 2000, mln euro
- Deflators: % changes
- Deflators: indices 2000 = 100
- Labour input, 1 000 full-time equivalent jobs
- Labour productivity, 1 000 euro

In 2005 the national accounts have been revised for the reporting year 2001
in accordance with the conceptual changes in the international guidelines
of the European Union (ESA 1995). This revision also incorporated new
statistical insights and new sources.

This table has been discontinued. Data are available from:
1969 up and until 2009

Reason discontinuation:
The national accounts have adapted the new classification of economic
activities, NACE Rev. 2. Furthermore, tables have been restructured to
improve their clarity.

Description topics

Macroeconomic balancing
This group contains macroeconomic balancing like
domestic product, national income, national saving
and net lending or net borrowing. These
figures are macroeconomic key figures.
Domestic product
Domestic product (market prices) equals the sum of value
added of industries (basic prices), balance of taxes and
subsidies on products.
Gross includes consumption of fixed capital while net excludes
consumption of fixed capital.
Gross, market prices
Domestic product (market prices) equals the sum of value
added of industries (basic prices), balance of taxes and
subsidies on products.
Gross includes consumption of fixed capital while net excludes
consumption of fixed capital.
National income
National income (primary income) is a part of GDP flows
to the rest of the world (wages and salaries to non-resident
employees interests and dividends to non-resident financiers),
while income generated in the rest of the world is tranferred
to the Netherlands. National income is the sum of GDP and net
primary income from the rest of the world.
The volume of national income is affected by the difference in
export and import price movement, while the volume of national
product is not. A trading gain (caused by export prices rising
sharper than import prices) increases the volume change of
national income. Gross includes consumption of fixed
capital while net excludes consumption of fixed capital
Gross, market prices
National income (primary income) is a part of GDP flows
to the rest of the world (wages and salaries to non-resident
employees interests and dividends to non-resident financiers),
while income generated in the rest of the world is tranferred
to the Netherlands. National income is the sum of GDP and net
primary income from the rest of the world.
The volume of national income is affected by the difference in
export and import price movement, while the volume of national
product is not. A trading gain (caused by export prices rising
sharper than import prices) increases the volume change of
national income.
Disposable national income
Disposable income is equal to national income plus net current
transfers received from the rest of the world. Gross includes
consumption of fixed capital while net excludes consumption
of fixed capital.
Gross, market prices
Disposable income is equal to national income plus net current
transfers received from the rest of the world. Gross includes
consumption of fixed capital while net excludes consumption
of fixed capital.
National saving
National saving equals disposable income less final
consumption expenditure and an adjustment item for
net equity in pension funds reserves. Gross includes
consumption of fixed capital while net excludes
consumption of fixed capital.
National saving (gross)
National saving equals disposable income less final
consumption expenditure and an adjustment item for
net equity in pension funds reserves. Gross includes
consumption of fixed capital while net excludes
consumption of fixed capital.
National saving (net)
National saving equals disposable income less final
consumption expenditure and an adjustment item for
net equity in pension funds reserves. Gross includes
consumption of fixed capital while net excludes
consumption of fixed capital.
Surplus of the nation on curr. trans.
Surplus of the nation on current transactions
The surplus of the nation on current transactions consists
of: net exports, net primary income from the rest of the
world an net current transfers from the rest of the world.
Surplus of the nation on curr. trans.
Surplus of the nation on current transactions
The surplus of the nation on current transactions consists
of: net exports, net primary income from the rest of the
world an net current transfers from the rest of the world.