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Information security and privacy are an ongoing priority for CBS
Information security and privacy are permanently high on the agenda at Statistics Netherlands (CBS).
Study uses AIS data to investigate how ships affect underwater wildlife
Some 90% of all the products traded around the world are transported by ship.
CBS investigates imports of digital services
The past decade has seen our economy undergo a metamorphosis thanks to digitisation.
Real estate (social housing corporations)
The item on the balance of housing corporations referring to the value of tangible and intangible assets. The value is the historical cost price minus depreciation, but also the business value.
Corporate investments down in December
In December 2010, the volume of private fixed capital formation in tangible assets was 2.1 percent down on December 2009.
Sector non-financial corporations
The institutional sector of the economy consists of legal entities whose principle activity is the production of market goods and non-financial services.
NWO funding for research into global well-being
How does economic growth in the Netherlands affect well-being in poorer countries in the Global South?
Economic outlook more positive
The economic climate in June 2022 is more positive than in May, according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer.
Incomes households and corporate profits up
The real disposable household income rose by 0.4 percent in 2014. After correction for inflation, household incomes improved for the first time since 2011. Today, the average household income is...
Number of corporate bankruptcies fairly stable
According to Statistics Netherlands, 470 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) were declared bankrupt in February this year, i.e. 7 down from the preceding month.
Substantial reduction in corporate tax burden
In 2006, the burden of corporate tax for the largest non-financial companies in the Netherlands was 20.9 percent. This was 7.4 percentage points lower than in 2004.
Balance sheets of financial corporations
To describe developments in the balance sheets of financial corporations.
CBS examines the value of data
Data are becoming more and more important for society and within the economy.
Financial corporations; balance sheet 1998 - 2012
Financial corporations; balance sheet, Assets; liabilities; financial corporations.
Collective labour agreement sector subsidised corporations
The collective labour agreement (CAO in Dutch) sector of private companies financed through subsidies or amounts set by law in as far as they are not part of the government. Mostly they are active in...
Historically low number of bankruptcies in 2021
The total number of businesses and institutions (excluding sole proprietorships) filing for bankruptcy in 2021 stood at 1,536. This is the second lowest number since the start of the survey in 1981.
Data alliance between CBS and National Rapporteur on Trafficking
Human trafficking and sexual violence against children are extremely serious crimes that have disruptive effects on the lives and well-being of victims.
Public corporations; liabilities, controlling government sector 2012-2016
Debt of financial or other (loss or profit making) corporations by controlling government subsector.
Fewer corporate and personal bankruptcies filed in 2010
Last year, 9.6 thousand bankruptcies were filed, i.e. 9 percent fewer than in 2009.
More bankruptcies in November
The number of corporate bankruptcies, adjusted for court session days, has increased in November.
Young CBS talent wins innovation award
Close to 40 ideas were submitted for the innovation award. The jury selected four.
CBS and Dataprovider successfully map internet economy
Elsewhere around the world, a number of other countries are planning to also implement the basic model developed by CBS and Dataprovider.