More people find the environment highly pollutedArticles
In 2017, over half of the adult population in the Netherlands indicated that air, soil and water are severely polluted. Three-quarters believe that the natural environment has been seriously damaged. This number is higher compared to five years previously.
GDP, output and expenditures; changes, QNA, 1995-2017Figures
Quarterly data on production, expenditures, income and external economic transactions. Value, volume and price changes
GDP, output and expenditures; value, QNA, 1995-2017Figures
Quarterly data on production, expenditures, income and external economic transactions. Values at current prices and chainlinked volume 2010 prices
Producer price indices for services (SPPI); index 2010=100, 2002-2017Figures
Price indices commercial services, different branches such as transport and storage, IT and architecture
A greening economy, but not in all areasArticles
The Dutch economy is growing increasingly green. Companies are implementing cleaner production processes and are using relatively fewer raw materials.
In 2016, the Dutch government collected 23.6 billion euros in environmental taxes and levies.
Implicit tax rate for energyOther
The implicit tax rate for energy in the Netherlands has increased almost continuously since the year 2000.
Green policy instrumentsOther
The government can choose from various policy instruments in order to steer economic development towards green growth.
Government Finance Statistics; key figures 1995-2017Figures
Revenue and expenditure, net balance and debt of the general government sector, in million euros and as a pecentage of GDP.
Sector accounts; seasonally adjusted data, NA, 1999-2017Figures
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Current transactions by sectors; NA, 1995-2017Figures
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Sector accounts; key figures Most important figures of institutional sectors
Income accounts sector households, region; national accounts 1995-2015Figures
Transactions of the sector households and per capita Primary and secundary income distribution by region
Income distribution of households; NA, 2005-2014Figures
Income distribution of different household groups in the Netherlands Source of income, living situation, household composition, age and income
Approaches of domestic product (GDP); NA, 1969-2016Figures
Data on the output components, final expenditure categories and income components of the Dutch GDP
Exports of goods and services by origin; NA, 1995-2016Figures
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Output and income components of GDP; activities, NA, 1969-2016Figures
Output, intermediate consumption, value added and income components Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008)
Structure national net lending/borrowing; NA, 1995-2016Figures
Structure of national net lending/borrowing Annual data
Environmental accounts; emissions to water, origin and destinationFigures
Emissions of heavy metals and nutrients Emissions of industries and households, different types of destination
Expenditure brief (level 3); by household characteristics, 1992-2010Figures
Average spendable amount, household characteristics and distribution channels by expenditure of households (level 3)
Households pay two-thirds of environmental taxesArticles
The polluter-pay principle does not always apply.