Internationalisation Monitor 2021, third quarter – Non-tariff measuresPublications
In this Monitor, we offer insight into what NTMs mean in general and to Dutch trade in particular; the effects of NTMs on product quality and costs, and the extent to which NTM-related costs affect the production chain of Dutch exporters.
Services producer price index (SPPI); index 2015=100Figures
price indices commercial services, different branches such as transport and storage, IT and architecture
International trade; import and export value, SITC (3 digits), countriesFigures
Import, export value and trade balance of goods; SITC (3 digits) and countries.
Producer Price Index (PPI); output and importprices by product, 2015=100Figures
Price Index numbers (excluding excise) and month and year development Market and product according to product nomenclature ProdCom
Municipal waste; quantitiesFigures
Amount of waste collected by the municipal authorities broken down by province, size class and degree of urbanisation
Seaport throughput down by over 8 percent in 2020Articles
In 2020, the total volume of incoming and outgoing cargo shipments to and from Dutch seaports declined to nearly 558 million tonnes.
Over 6 percent less rail transport in 2020Articles
Last year, 40 million tonnes of goods were transported by rail in the Netherlands. This is 6.2 percent less than in 2019.
Integrating Monetary Environmental AccountsArticles
The Environmental Accounts describe the relation between the economy and environment. This report focusses on streamlining and the integration of the input and output of the Monetary Environmental Accounts.
‘Dutch Trade in Facts and Figures’: reliable figures to underpin policyArticles
In 2018, the Netherlands earned nearly 34 percent of GDP through exports of goods and services.
More inbound fruit shipments in first half of 2020Articles
In the first six months of 2020, reefer cargo shipments were 2.8 percent up in volume relative to one year previously.
Focus on container traffic, from seagoing vessel to HGVArticles
Every year, some 4.5 million containers are being discharged in ports around the Netherlands.
Raw hides, and skins, leather, furskins and articles thereof; saddlery and harness; travel, goods, handbags and similar containers; articles of animal, gut (other than silkworm gut).
Expansion of maritime statistics: sea routes and cargoOther
Expansion of maritime statistics: sea routes and cargo
Trade relations with ItalyArticles
Bilateral trade between the Netherlands and Italy: imports and import dependency versus exports and export earnings.
China has 15-percent share in total inbound transportArticles
The total value of goods from China which entered the Netherlands in 2018 stood at 113 billion euros. This was 15 percent of the value of all incoming cargo that year.
Throughput in Dutch seaports at record levelArticles
In 2018, the total volume of incoming and outgoing cargo shipments to and from Dutch seaports reached a historic high of almost 605 million tonnes.
Privacy Proof Certificate for CBSArticles
This certificate confirms that all company and personal data held by CBS are demonstrably well protected.
Caribbean NL; housing, durable consumer goods and means of transportFigures
housing, television, mobile phone, pc, car sex, age and educational level
Goods increasingly transported via logistics hubsArticles
Goods are increasingly transferred to logistics hubs before onward transportation, often to or from the Port of Rotterdam.
International trade; imports and exports, SITC 3, country, 1996-2017Figures
Import and export value of goods; according to SITC classification (3 digit) and country (groups).
International road haulage over 4 percent up in 2017Articles
In 2017, 199 million tonnes of goods were transported by road from and to the Netherlands. This is an increase of 4.3 percent on the previous year.
More goods transported in 2017Articles
In 2017, the Netherlands transported 1.69 billion tonnes of cargo, representing an increase of 1.4 percent on the previous year.
Standard International Trade Classification (SITC 3)Other
The SITC is a UN classification that makes it possible to compare of foreign trade statistics internationally. The most detailed level of the SITC is the 5-digit classification.