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Lower fresh water usage, sewage treatment up to par
In 2021, 4.3 percent less fresh surface water and groundwater was abstracted compared to the previous year.
Inflation rate 9.6 percent in December
The consumer price index (CPI) was 9.6 percent higher in December than in the same month last year.
Deep geothermal heat and geothermal heat; extraction of heat and cold
Extraction of heat, extraction of cold Geothermal energy, deep, shallow, heat pumps
Inflation rate down to 9.9 percent in November
The consumer price index (CPI) was 9.9 percent higher in November than in the same month last year.
Manufacturing output prices over 17 percent up in November
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of 17.3 percent year on year.
Manufacturing output prices almost 21 percent up in October
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of 20.9 percent year on year.
Inflation rate at 14.3 percent in October
The consumer price index (CPI) was 14.3 percent higher in October than in the same month last year.
Household consumption over 6 percent up in January
Households spent 6.2 percent more in January 2023 year on year, adjusted for price changes. Just as in the previous months, they spent more on services but less on goods.
Consumer confidence, economic climate and willingness to buy: non adjusted
Attitudes and expectation of consumers, non-adjusted, on the general economic climate and their own financial situation
Cao wages, contractual wage costs and working hours; index (2010=100)
Cao wages, contractual wage costs and working hours, Index fig. 2010=100 monthly, SIC 2008
Government Finance Statistics; key figures
Revenue and expenditure, net balance and debt of the general government sector, in million euros and as a pecentage of GDP.
Green Deal: CBS working with partners for sustainable development data
Across the world, there is an increasing need for information on climate change and energy transition, environmental quality and circularity, and nature and biodiversity.
Household consumption almost 10 percent up in December
Households spent 9.9 percent more in December 2022 year on year, adjusted for price changes.
Dutch well-being: natural environment and social relations under pressure
Quality of life in the Netherlands today, well-being ‘here and now’, is high. However it not just as high for everybody in the country; well-being of young adults is lower than for the rest of the...
Climate and Energy Outlook 2021
The Netherlands Climate and Energy Outlook 2021 (KEV) is a joint publication by PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, TNO Energy Transition, Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the Netherlands...
Online saving less popular
Last year, the average Dutch household had deposited 9,000 euro in Internet savings accounts, as against more than 10,000 euro at the end of 2006.
Inflation rate up to 14.5 percent in September
The consumer price index (CPI) was 14.5 percent higher in September than in the same month last year.
NEV 2015: Energy in the Netherlands at a tipping point
NEV 2015: Energy supplies in the Netherlands have reached a tipping point.
More trade with neighbouring countries in 2021
In 2021, the value of Dutch trade in goods was approximately 15 percent above its pre-pandemic level.
Company savings schemes less popular
Employees deposited 1.1 billion euro in company savings schemes accounts in 2006. This is 0.3 billion euro less than in 2005.
Profits of non-financial corporations up again
In Q3 2022, Dutch non-financial corporations’ gross profits before taxes amounted to 84.5 billion euros. This is 9 billion euros more than in Q3 2021 and the highest amount since the beginning of the...
Manufacturing output prices almost 25 percent up in August
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of 24.6 percent year on year.
The amount of non-transferable deposits with resident banks, which is held in the Netherlands by the sector households and the sector non-profit institutions serving households.