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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....

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most substantial increase consumer spending in four years, consumer confidence marginally down

According to figures released by Statistics Netherlands today, Dutch consumer spending on goods and services was 2.4 percent up in February 2015 from the same month last year, i.e. the most...

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Compensation of employees, employment; quarterly, NA, 1995-2018

Compensation of employees, wages, jobs (by sex) , fte, hours worked quarterly, economic activity

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More international tech graduates stay to work

In 2014, over 38% of all international technology graduates from 2007/’08 held a job in the Netherlands.

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Nitrogen emissions into the atmosphere

Nitrogen emissions into their atmosphere consist mainly of ammonia (NH3) and nitrogen oxides (NOx).

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CBS explores SDGs: starting point for a public debate

Last 4 November, Statistics Netherlands published an exploratory report on the measurement of SDGs for the Netherlands

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Canada, UK and Sweden replicate innovation lab

Interacting and sharing ideas on an international scale

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The Dutch economy 2013

Today Statistics Netherlands publishes De Nederlandseeconomie2013.

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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...

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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.

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Daytrips by characteristics; 90/91-06/07

Daytrips, sunbathing, swimming, sports, visit to amusement park, etc., Recreational shopping, going out

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Position paper on CBS and artificial intelligence

Position paper on CBS and artificial intelligence

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DG Statistics Netherlands advises Prince Charles

DG Mr. Tjark Tjin-A-Tsoi participated in the advisory group at the ‘Measure what Matters: a Framework for Action’ forum last 12 July with HRH Prince of Wales.

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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...

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CBS explores SDGs: starting point for a public debate

Last 4 November, Statistics Netherlands published an exploratory report on the measurement of SDGs for the Netherlands

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DG Statistics Netherlands advises Prince Charles

Altogether 17 different main goals have been set by the UN for sustainable development

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Economic growth 0.7 percent

According to the first estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands, the Dutch economy grew 0.7 percent in the fourth quarter relative to the third quarter.

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CBS and MU: sharing health data in a responsible way

Combining large data files may not only help Statistics Netherlands it could also contribute to scientific advances

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Vulnerable groups at the core of The Hague local policy

The use of data is in line with the government’s growing preference for knowledge-based policies

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Environmental accounts; emissions to water 1995 to 2014

Emissions of heavy metals and nutrients Emissions of industries and households, different types of destination

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Lower gas consumption has negative effect on Dutch economy

According to the first estimate conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), the Dutch economy recorded a negative growth rate of 1.4 percent in the first quarter of 2014 relative to the...

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