Internationalisation Monitor 2021, fourth quarter, Exogenous shocksPublications
How did Dutch trade in goods fare during the coronavirus and Brexit shocks? How have trading companies dealt with these exogenous shocks and which traders have been hit the hardest? Which developments...
Germany accounts for 30 percent of Dutch steel exportsArticles
Germany is the largest market for Dutch steel exports.
Continuous growth international tradeArticles
In October 2005 the volume of the imports of goods was 7 percent higher than a year ago. The volume of exports increased by 5 percent.
Foreign trade up 6 percent in JuneArticles
The value of imports to and exports from the Netherlands was 6 percent higher in June than in the same month last year. Imports amounted to 20.7 billion euro, exports to 23.8 billion euro.
Germany is the main trading partner of 17 EU countriesArticles
Germany is the main trading partner of 17 of the 27 EU countries. The main trading partner of Germany is the Netherlands.
More goods exported to China, imports from China downArticles
In 2009, the Netherlands exported goods worth 4.6 billion euro to China, an increase by 20 percent relative to 2008. The value of imports from China dropped by more than 12 percent to approximately 22...
Turnover dairy wholesalers exceeds 12 billion eurosArticles
Wholesale traders in dairy products like cheese, milk and eggs generated in excess of 12 billion euros, i.e. 7 percent more than in 2012. The most important export products are cheese and powdered milk.
40 percent of quests in Dutch overnight accommodations are foreignersArticles
In 2013, more than 34 million guests stayed in overnight accommodations in the Netherlands, 700 thousand (2 percent) more than in 2012. Together, they spent 96 million nights in overnight accommodations,...
Re-exports and higher prices largely account for growth Dutch exportsArticles
The value of Dutch exports of goods reached an unprecedented 431 billion euro in 2012. The exports growth over the past year was largely due to an increase in re-exports and higher prices.
Exports down by 4 percent in MarchArticles
The total volume of goods exports shrank by 4.0 percent in March year-on-year. This is the first contraction in exports since June 2019.
Export value substantially higherArticles
In August 2005 the value of the export of goods van goods was 14 percent higher than in August 2004, reaching 22.3 billion euro.