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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.
8 in 10 businesses are improving sustainability
The majority (79 percent) of businesses have implemented measures this year to make their operations more sustainable.
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.
NEV 2015: Energy in the Netherlands at a tipping point
NEV 2015: Energy supplies in the Netherlands have reached a tipping point.
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.
Manufacturing output prices over 30 percent up in June
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of over 30 percent year on year.
The difference between disposable national income and consumer spending and correction for pension provisions. The saving can be gross (including depreciation) and net (excluding depreciation).
Bank savings more popular
The total balance in bank savings accounts of Dutch households was more than 7 billion euro on 31 December 2010. This is nearly three times the amount in these accounts twelve months previously.
Saving (of a sector)
The part of the disposable income of a sector that is not used for consumer spending.
Deposits redeemable at notice - and with agreed maturity; Balance, mutations number of and interest payments.
Employee savings scheme
Fiscally attractive legal measure to stimulate saving among employees.
Dutch convinced saving is worthwhile
In the last thirty years, more and more Dutch consumers have been thinking more positively about putting money into savings accounts. Together with Denmark and Luxembourg, the Netherlands is now one...
Bank savings schemes more popular
The aggregate amount deposited in bank savings accounts by Dutch households exceeded 2.4 billion euro at the end of 2009, approximately a fourfold increase relative to twelve months ago.
Popularity online saving further down
The aggregate amount deposited by Dutch households in online savings accounts exceeded 55 billion euro by the end of 2008, i.e. 11 billion down on the end of 2007.
Online saving very popular
Internet saving was booming in 2004. The total amount in Internet savings accounts exceeded 58 billion euro, 37 percent more than in 2003.
Most households practise energy conservation
People who say they care about the environment also practise energy conservation