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Inflation down to 1.1 percent in March
Inflation fell further in March 2004, to 1.1 percent . This is the lowest value since August 1989. The decrease was mainly caused by lower prices for food, non-alcoholic drinks and clothes and shoes....
Inflation rate in 2004 lowest since 1989
According to the latest consumer price index (CPI), the average inflation rate in the Netherlands in 2004 was 1.2 percent, a record low since 1989. The low rate is mainly caused by falling prices for...
Dutch economy expands by 0.1 percent, 46 thousand fewer jobs
the Dutch economy grew by 0.1 percent in the third quarter van 2013 compared to the second quarter. It is the first time after the second quarter of 2012 that there is any quarterly growth.
How resilient is the Netherlands?
On 19 May 2021 CBS published the Monitor of Well-being & Sustainable Development Goals 2021, which provides a broad description of the trends in well-being in our country.
Dutch government deficit 2.5 percent in 2013
Figures released by Statistics Netherlands today show that Dutch government deficit amounted to 2.5 percent of GDP in 2013. This puts it below the European norm of 3 percent for the first time in...