List of definitions
Administrative entries into minus administrative removals of personal data from the municipal population register.
People living in the Netherlands who have received the Dutch nationality other than by birth minus the people living in the Netherlands who have lost the Dutch nationality other than by death.
The total balance of administrative and other corrections.
Statistics Netherlands carries out the other corrections because the information it receives about changes on personal data in the municipal population registers does not exactly match the difference between the size and composition of the population in two consecutive years.
Systematic record of all economic transactions in a given period by Dutch residents with the rest of the world.
The additions to provisions minus released provisions such as run-up and reconstitution funds, maintenance reserves, guarantee provisions, etc.
A summary of a company's or country's assets, liabilities, and net worth. The assets include machinery, buildings and non-produced assets such as land and mineral reserves, accounts receivable and shares. The liabilities include debts and own funds.
State declared by the court when a debtor has ceased all payments after which the assets and income of the bankrupt are ceased as a possible compensation to the creditor(s).
The minimum number of days leave.
Extra days leave granted due to age, seniority etc. are not included.
The selling price excluding trade and transport margins by third parties and the balance of product tax (including VAT) and product subsidies.
A diploma at the level of senior general secondary education (havo), pre-university education (vwo), or level-2 of senior secondary vocational education (mbo).
Declaration of the cause of death reported by a physician.
International transport of goods loaded or unloaded in the Netherlands with a foreign country of origin or destination.
Diesel produced from vegetable or animal matter used for transport. This includes pure vegetable oil.
Gas derived through active fermentation of organic material from sewage purification (sewage gas), landfill gas and other biomass fermentation.
Gas derived through fermentation of waste from landfills.
Gas derived through active fermentation of organic material from sewage water purification.
Gasoline made of vegetable or animal matter.
Examples are bio-ethanol en bio-ETBE (ethyltertiairbutylether).
Fuel made from vegetable or animal matter.
Giving birth, including stillbirths.
A group of people born in the same year.
Time between two subsequent births from the same woman.
The position of the child in the ranking of live births from a mother.
A solid, near solid or viscous hydrocarbon that remains as a residue from the oil refining process.
It is known as asphalt and is used in road-building and roof covering.
Gas derived as by-product from the production of iron in blast furnaces.
One of the two tracks in secondary vocational training introduced by the WEB (Adult and Vocational Education Act). In this track students spend 60 percent of their time of practical training within a company or institution.
An accommodation with places where people can sleep, mainly in single and double rooms, rented out. Meals, snacks and drinks may be provided only to the guests who stay there.
Bonaire has had the status of a "special municipality" of the Netherlands since 10 October 2010.
On the grounds of this new status as a "special municipality", Bonaire is officially recognised as a public body of the Netherlands.
Storage space in the Netherlands for goods on which import duties and levies still have to be paid.
Lake between former coast and polders between Hollandsebrug in Muiderberg, the Ketelbrug between Noordoostpolder and Oostelijk Flevoland, and the Ramspolbrug, Kattendiep and Keteldiep
Garden laid out for study or experiments.
Garden where indigenous plants and animals can be seen.
General name for gardens accessible to the general public. These include hortuses, arboreta, pineta, herb gardens, museum gardens, model gardens, show gardens.
Coal with a calorific value less than 23,865 megajoule per kilogram and a content of volatile matter of more than 31 percent (ash-free dry weight).
Brown coal pressed into blocks.
Includes peat briquettes conform international agreements.
The surface of a built-up area expressed as a percentage of the land area.
A building which, from a construction perspective, is intended for permanent habitation.
Permission granted to build or renovate a building as required by the law on housing.
Everything that is built and consists of walls and a roof, with a permanent character, intended for accommodation, trade, transport, and/or work. Not included are greenhouses and storage tanks.
Area in use for housing, shopping, working, going out, culture and public facilities.
The sum of the surfaces of the vertical projection of buildings.
The loading of oil products for fuelling ships, and airplanes in border crossing traffic.
Apart from supplies from domestic sources these may be supplies from customs depots.
Burn-out due to work is characterised by complaints of unusual fatigue and exhaustion.
These complaints are summarised as emotional exhaustion. Typical for burn out are the degree of detachment from the work and the sense of not being able to do the work properly.
Motor vehicle equipped for transporting nine or more passengers (excl. driver).
The up and downturns of the economy within a five to ten year period. Usually there are the following phases.: recovery, boom, recession, and depression.
SIC sections 72-74, which includes: - Computer services and information technology; - Research and development; - Other business services, including: - legal and administrative services; - architects and engineering consultancies; - advertising services; - temp agencies; - security and detection; - cleaning.
A hydrocarbon consisting of four carbon and ten hydrogen atoms (C4H10).