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CO2 emissions reduced again

In the second quarter of 2016, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were 0.3 percent lower.

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Exports of goods and services by origin; NA, 1995-2016

Exports of goods and services by origin Economic activiries by origin

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Largest occupational group on each island of the Caribbean Netherlands are construction workers

In 2014, the largest occupational group in the Caribbean Netherlands were construction workers including bricklayers, pavers and carpenters. Nearly 12 percent of the 13 thousand people working in the...

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Over 200 hectares of allotment garden liquidations within a decade

In 2006, the total area covered by allotment garden plots in the Netherlands was 3,906 hectares, more than 200 hectares less than in 1996. The number of allotment garden areas and visits to these...

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Number of social security recipients continues to grow

Statistics Netherlands announced today that the number of social security recipients rose by 13 thousand to 426 thousand in the first quarter of 2014. Despite indications that the economy is picking...

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Record number of bankruptcies in 2009

More than 10.5 thousand bankruptcies were filed in 2009, the highest number ever in the span of one year. The bankruptcy rate was particularly high in the first six months of 2009. Overall, the...

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Ecological status of surface waters

Both in 2009 and in 2015, only 0.4 percent of Dutch surface waters complied with the standards for good ecological status according to the Water Framework Directive.

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Lower CO2 emissions in Q2 2017

CO2 emissions in the Netherlands declined by 0.9 percent year-on-year.

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Economic growth -0.7 percent in 2003

Dutch economic growth was minus 0.7 percent in 2003. The last time the gross domestic product decreased in the space of one year was in 1982. GDP was 0.4 percent down in the fourth quarter of 2003 on...

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Care spending up by 5.1 percent

In 2007, total spending on care, i.e. health care plus welfare services, amounted to 74 billion euro, a 5.1 percent increase relative to 2006.

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International trade; imports and exports, SITC 3, country, 1996-2017

Import and export value of goods; according to SITC classification (3 digit) and country (groups).

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Industry; production and sales, index 2010=100, '05 January - '18 September

Indexfigures and changes of production, total turnover, domestic and foreign turnover in the industry by sectors and branches (SIC2008)

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Business survey manufacturing industry February 1989 - October 2011

Production and capacity utilisation, orders, sales prices, stocks final products, competitive position, sales, number of employees for

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Economic situation unchanged

According to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation has not changed in October compared to the previous month.

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GDP growth rate 0.8 percent in Q4 2017

According to the first estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), GDP showed 0.8 percent growth in Q4 2017.

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Substantial price increase on Saba

In Q4 2017, consumer prices on Saba were 2.5 percent up over one year previously.

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Higher CO2 emissions in Q1 2017

In Q1 2017, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were higher than in Q1 2016.

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Imports of goods and services by destination; NA, 1995-2016

Imports of goods and services Economic activities and final expenditure

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Modest turnover growth sector business services

Turnover generated by providers of business services in the second quarter of 2013 was 0.3 percent above the level of the same period last year. This marginal improvement follows two quarters of...

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First quarter economic growth adjusted to 3.3 percent

Dutch economic growth in the first quarter of 2008 was 3.3 percent on the same period last year. It was realised with one working day fewer than in 2007. This second estimate of economic growth is...

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