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Number of bankruptcies virtually unchanged in August
The number of corporate bankruptcies, adjusted for court session days, has hardly changed. There was 1 more bankruptcy in August than in the previous month.
More bankruptcies in September
The number of corporate bankruptcies, adjusted for court session days, has increases. There was 15 more bankruptcies in September than in the previous month.
More bankruptcies in May
The number of corporate bankruptcies, adjusted for court session days, has increased. There were 71 more bankruptcies in May than in the previous month.
Choice of an Index Method for Consumer Energy Prices
This report describes the method chosen by CBS to compute the energy price index using a new data source. Underlying considerations are set out and several methods from the literature are evaluated...
Fewer bankruptcies in July
The number of corporate bankruptcies, adjusted for court session days, has decreased. There were 16 fewer bankruptcies in July than in the previous month.
Coronavirus pandemic increases urgency of new data sources for CBS
Society’s need to describe complex phenomena - such as the consequences of an economic crisis - is growing exponentially.
Historically low number of bankruptcies in April
The number of pronounced bankruptcies reached its lowest level since the start of the statistic in 1981.
Economic outlook more negative
The economic climate in February is more negative, according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer.
Producer confidence at new record high
In November 2021, the mood among Dutch manufacturers has improved to a new record high.
Central government; monthly cash based revenue and expenditure
Monthly cash based revenue and expenditure of the Central Government according to EU directive 2011/85 (Sixpack).
House price decrease in February
In February, prices of owner-occupied dwellings were lower year on year for the first time since April 2014.
Young men now more likely to have paid work than young women
In December 2022, net labour participation among young men exceeded the rate among young women.
Economic outlook deteriorated
The economic climate in December 2022 is more negative than it was in November, according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer.
House price increase levelled off again in January
In January, owner-occupied dwellings (excluding new constructions) were on average 1.1 percent more expensive than in the same month of the previous year.
Lower fresh water usage, sewage treatment up to par
In 2021, 4.3 percent less fresh surface water and groundwater was abstracted compared to the previous year.
More sex crimes reported to the police in 2022
The police registered nearly 10 thousand sexual offences last year, up from 8.8 thousand in the previous year. In particular, more cases of sexual assault and rape were registered
Unemployment slightly down in February
In February, 356 thousand people aged 15 to 74 years were unemployed.
Overnight guest numbers nearing pre-pandemic levels
In 2022, the number of guests staying in Dutch overnight accommodations increased by 40 percent year on year, to 44 million.
Three years of COVID-19 in figures
How has the country been affected by the pandemic? Aside from distinct waves of excess mortality, there were numerous other outliers in national statistics.
Caribbean Netherlands: job growth over 50 percent in 10 years
Between 2011 and 2021, the number of employee jobs in the Caribbean Netherlands rose by 53 percent to 13.6 thousand. Job growth was over twice as high on Bonaire compared to St Eustatius and Saba.
More prison detainees in 2021
In 2021, the number of people held in detention rose on the previous year. However, it declined when observed a longer period. This is evident from new figures released by Statistics Netherlands...
Unemployment further down in December
In December, 352 thousand people were unemployed. From September through November, unemployment declined by an average of 10 thousand per month. The employed labour force (15 to 74 years) grew by an...
Exporting services: challenges to start, and to expand
This publication looks at barriers to international trade in services. The first part focuses on the impact of trade barriers when it comes to the decision of firms to start exporting services to a...
Driving licence ownership among young people not yet at pre-pandemic level
On 1 January 2023, over 11.5 million people were holding a Dutch car driving licence, 0.7 percent more than one year previously.