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Faltering growth business confidence

At the beginning of the third quarter, business confidence in the Netherlands is decreasing marginally, but - for the third quarter in a row - the mood remains positive.

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Rising number of innovating businesses

In the period 2014-2016, the number of companies implementing technological innovations rose to nearly 20 thousand, up by nearly one thousand relative to the period 2012-2014. This involves new or...

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Wealth

Wealth equals assets minus liabilities. Assets are mainly bank balances, shares, real estate, and business capital. Liabilities include debts incurred for the home and consumer credit. Own homes and...

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Consumer credit

All credit which is extended for a term of three months or more and is used for purchasing (durable) consumer goods. The credit provider participates in his/her business and the credit receiver is a...

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Labour income quote

The share of the rewards for labour in the net value added in the economy. The pay for labour includes the pay for employees plus the attributed pay for self-employed people and family-members...

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Business services providers remain optimistic

In April, the number of business services providers expecting turnover to increase in the next three months easily outnumbered those expecting a decline. However, the difference was somewhat less...

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Internationalisation favourable for business survival

Foreign-controlled enterprises in the Netherlands have a higher rate of survival than enterprises under Dutch control. The survival rate of new Dutch businesses is greater if they immediately start...

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Further fall in farm businesses

There were 73 thousand agricultural and horticultural enterprises in the Netherlands on 1 April 2009. This is 3 percent less than twelve months previously.

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Fewer new businesses in 2009

Last year, 35.4 thousand new businesses were started, a decline by 9 percent relative to 2008.

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Fewer businesses and institutions bankrupt

In March this year, 521 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) were declared bankrupt, i.e. nearly 100 down from February 2014. The number of bankruptcies was reduced by more...

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Fewer businesses and institutions bankrupt

In May this year, 551 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) were declared bankrupt, i.e. 165 fewer than in April 2014. The drop in the number of bankruptcies is partly due to...

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564 businesses and institutions bankrupt

In November, 564 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) in the Netherlands were declared bankrupt, as against 698 in October. In the first eleven months of this year, 6,804...

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Business confidence hits record high

The Dutch business confidence index is at a record high.

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Family businesses in the Netherlands

Exploratory research on family businesses in the Netherlands.

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Dossier Business cycle

Dossier Business cycle

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Business investments lower

In September 2010, the volume of corporate investments in tangible fixed assets was 4.8 percent down on September 2009. The decline is more substantial than in August, when private sector investments...

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Tourism

Activities of people who travel to and stay in places outside their normal place of residence, for not longer than one consecutive year, for reasons of recreation, business and other purposes not...

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Retail turnover over 4 percent up in 2021

Adjusted for the shopping day-pattern, the Dutch retail sector achieved 4.4 percent turnover growth in 2021.

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