Turnover accommodation and food services up in Q1Articles
In Q1 2021, turnover in the accommodation and food services sector rose by 9.7 percent relative to the previous quarter.
Entrepreneurs more optimistic about 2022Articles
Dutch entrepreneurs expect higher investments, more turnover and higher staffing levels in 2022.
Unemployment declined further in FebruaryArticles
In the period December through February, unemployment declined by an average of 8 thousand per month. This resulted in 336 thousand unemployed in February 2022, i.e. 3.4 percent of the labour force.
Economic growth of 2.1 percent in Q3 2021Articles
According to the second estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 2.1 percent in Q3 2021 relative to Q2 2021. In the first estimate growth amounted to...
Retail turnover almost 17 percent up in FebruaryArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 16.5 percent year-on-year turnover growth. The volume of sales went up by 12 percent.
Producer confidence hardly changed in MarchArticles
In March 2022, the mood among Dutch manufacturers has hardly changed.
Inflation rate rose to 1.6 percent in JanuaryArticles
The consumer price index (CPI) was 1.6 percent higher in January than in the same month last year.
Unemployment declined in JanuaryArticles
In the period November through January, unemployment declined by an average of 9 thousand per month.
Household consumption over 11 percent up in JanuaryArticles
In January 2022, Dutch household consumption was 11.1 percent up on January 2021.
Unemployment slightly up in MayArticles
In May 2022, unemployment stood at 323 thousand. This is 3.3 percent of the labour force and slightly higher than in April 2022, when it was 3.2 percent.
Unemployment up in JuneArticles
In June 2022, unemployment stood at 339 thousand. This is 3.4 percent of the labour force.
Economic outlook slightly more positiveArticles
The economic climate in April 2022 is slightly more positive than in March, according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer.
Retail turnover over 17 percent up in JanuaryArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 17.2 percent year-on-year turnover growth.
More electricity from renewable sources, less from fossil sourcesArticles
In 2021, electricity production declined by 2.2 billion kWh year on year, to 117.9 billion kWh.
Economic outlook again less positiveArticles
As of March 2022, the economic situation is less positive than in February according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer.
Unemployment slightly up in DecemberArticles
In December 2021, unemployment stood at 369 thousand. This is 3.8 percent of the labour force.
Again more people in paid employment in AprilArticles
From February to April, the number of people in work aged 15 to 74 years grew further by 38 thousand per month on average, to 9.5 million in April.
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Government balance deteriorating, but less than elsewhere in Western EuropeArticles
In 2020, the coronavirus crisis drained the government budgets of countries all across Europe.