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Agricultural census; types of holdings, regional division
Number of holdings, crops, cattle and workers by type of holding (dsus) and regions
The State; government sector, ESA accounts 1996-2010
ESA transactions government sector; revenue and expenditure on current and capital account, net lending/net borrowing on financial account
CBS develops dashboard on well-being in times of coronavirus
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) aims to make interpretation and implementation of its figures as easy as possible for its users.
Internationalisation Monitor 2022, first quarter – The Eurozone
How has the Netherlands' international trade with the euro zone developed since the introduction of the euro, compared to before and compared to (similar) other countries and territories? How is the...
Economic picture slightly less favourable
According to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation in June is slightly less favourable than in the previous month.
Prices of healthier foods rise faster
Prices of healthier food products have risen faster than those of unhealthier food products.
Waste balance, key figures; national accounts, 1990-2012
Waste by categories Origin and destination of waste
Environmental and economical key figures; NAMEA
Environmental - economical key figures; NAMEA Source and destination
Economic situation virtually unchanged
According to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation has hardly changed in August compared to the previous month.
Guests in hotels; by country of residence and region '98-'11
Guests in hotels; by country of residence and region Provinces, tourist regions, 4 important cities, and with/without stars
Mining and quarrying; employment and finance, SIC'93, 2006 - 2008
Persons employed, costs and revenues, turnover and other financial result Branches (SIC'93) mining and quarrying
Government budget surplus up to 1.5 percent in 2018
The Dutch government achieved an 11 billion euro budget surplus in 2018, equivalent to 1.5 percent of gross domestic product (GDP). Government debt declined, just as in previous years, and stood at...
Households spend more than they earn
Dutch economy grew by 1.5 percent in 2005, but taking inflation into account, household incomes declined once again.
The statistical process
Riding the wave of the digital revolution – starting in the 1960s – CBS began processing data electronically by means of computers.
DG Statistics Netherlands advises Prince Charles
DG Mr. Tjark Tjin-A-Tsoi participated in the advisory group at the ‘Measure what Matters: a Framework for Action’ forum last 12 July with HRH Prince of Wales.
CBS and MU: sharing health data in a responsible way
Combining large data files may not only help Statistics Netherlands it could also contribute to scientific advances
Statistics of International trade in services
To provide and publish data on imports and exports of services by enterprises and individuals registered in the Netherlands.
Buying power households declining in 2003
In 2003 the real spendable income of households decreased for the first time in ten years. Corporate profits shrank but there were higher profits in banking. The budget deficit went up, mainly caused...
Construction; value added (SIC 2008), volume changes and index 2005 = 100
Volume changes in construction, compared to the same period of the the previous year and volume index figures, 2005 = 100
Construction; value added (SIC 1993), index 2000=100 and changes;1995-2011
Volume changes in % compared to the same period of the previous year Volume index figures, base year 2000 = 100
Economic situation fairly stable over the past six months
According to Statistics Netherlands’ Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation in October was about the same as in September.
Imports/exports; price and volume, index 2010 = 100 and changes; 1990-2014
Imports and exports of goods Index figures and changes
Health expenditure; providers, financing, internat. comparisons, 2005-2016
Health Accounts; providers and financing, with link to Dutch Health and Social Care Accounts