Capital stock; volume changes
SIC 2008; institutional sectors and asset types
Consumer prices on St Eustatius were 2.6 percent up in Q2 2017.
Energy consumption of hard coal, lignite, petroleum products, natural gas
Gas/diesel oil, electricity, heat
Coal and products, crude oil feedstocks and products, other commodities
Indigenous production, im- and exports, bunkers, stock changes
Employed persons, jobs, full-time equivalents (fte), hours worked,
economic activity, sex, employees and self-employed persons
Compensation of employees, wages, labour volumes of employees
economic activities, full-time and part-time jobs
Imports of goods and services
Economic activities and final expenditure
Supply and use by products of activity
Groups of products of activity (CPA)
Data on the output components, final expenditure categories
and income components of the Dutch GDP
Final consumption expenditure
Type of goods and services
Final consumption expenditure by purpose
Purposes conform COICOP classification
Exports of goods and services by origin
Economic activiries by origin
Output, intermediate consumption, value added and income components
Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008)
Gross fixed capital formation by destination
Economic activities conform Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC)
Consumption of wind and solar energy rose, consumption of energy from biomass sources decreased slightly
In Q1 2017, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were higher than in Q1 2016.
Energy consumption rose by 2 percent in 2016 to 3,131 petajoules.
In 2016, power stations consumed less coal for the first time since 2011. Coal consumption was 10 percent down on 2015.
In Q4 2016, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands rose by 7.3 percent year-on-year.
Inflation rate rises to 1.7 percent in January.
Inflation on Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba has hovered around zero percent for nearly two years.
Average inflation 2016 lowest in nearly 30 years
Dutch greenhouse gas emissions fell by 13 percent
Emissions of heavy metals and nutrients
Emissions of industries and households, different types of destination