Time varying correlations in state space modelsArticles
Discussion paper about a method to estimate time varying state correlations in multivariate state space models
Mortality further down, number of deaths in week 6 as expectedArticles
In week 6 (8 to 14 February 2021 inclusive), estimated mortality stood at 3,400.
Avocado imports up by 19 percent in 2020Articles
More and more, the Netherlands has developed into a gateway to Europe for avocados from around the world.
Mortality declining further in week 5Articles
In week 5 (1 through 7 February 2021 inclusive), estimated mortality stood at 3,600. This is 150 deaths in excess of the expected number for this period. The number of deaths in week 4 stood at 3,678.
Entrepreneurs in COVID-impacted sectors are pessimisticArticles
In Q1 2021, business confidence has declined slightly and is still negative.
Time series modeling of mobility trends – update 2020Articles
Discussion paper about a method to estimate detailed mobility trends corrected for discontinuities due to redesigns
Inflation rate rose to 1.6 percent in JanuaryArticles
The consumer price index (CPI) was 1.6 percent higher in January than in the same month last year.
Mortality slightly lower in week 4Articles
In week 4 (25 to 31 January 2021 inclusive), estimated mortality stood at 3,750. This is over 300 deaths in excess of the expected number for this period.
CBS examines the value of dataArticles
Data are becoming more and more important for society and within the economy.
Gross seed onion yield 4 percent lower in 2020Articles
In 2020, the gross seed onion yield declined by 4 percent relative to the previous year. The gross yield of ware potatoes remained virtually unchanged.
Mortality still elevated: 3,800 deaths in week 3Articles
In week 3 (18 to 24 January 2021 inclusive), estimated mortality stood at 3,800. This is 450 deaths in excess of the expected number for this period.
The Dutch agricultural sector from an international perspective, 2021Publications
This publication outlines the latest developments in Dutch international trade in agricultural goods, covering both imports and exports and including initial estimates of trade figures over the year 2020.
Mortality slightly down in week 2, remains highArticles
Estimated mortality in week 2 of 2021 (11 to 17 January inclusive) stands at 3,850. This is 500 deaths in excess of the expected number for this period.
Agricultural exports staying rootedArticles
Despite the coronavirus crisis, Dutch agricultural exports grew by an estimated 1 percent in 2020 relative to the previous year.
Provisioning ecosystem services are the products obtained from ecosystems, including food, fiber, fuel, genetic resources, natural medicines, pharmaceuticals and fresh water.
Almost 4 thousand deaths in first week of 2021Articles
Estimated mortality in week 2021 (4 to 10 January 2021 inclusive) stood at almost 4 thousand. This is 650 deaths in excess of the expected number for this period.
Coronavirus pandemic increases urgency of new data sources for CBSArticles
Society’s need to describe complex phenomena - such as the consequences of an economic crisis - is growing exponentially.
Population growth halved in 2020Articles
In 2020 – the year of coronavirus – the population of the Netherlands grew less rapidly than in previous years.
Almost 4 thousand deaths in week 51Articles
The total number of deaths in week 51 (14 - 20 December inclusive) is estimated at almost 4 thousand. This is nearly 400 more than in the previous week
Consumers less pessimistic in DecemberArticles
In December, confidence among Dutch consumers has improved.
Mortality rising further in week 50Articles
In week 50 (7 to 13 December inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,550. This is over 50 more than in the previous week.
Mortality still elevated in week 49Articles
In week 49 (30 November to 6 December inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,450.
Higher mortality in week 48Articles
In week 48 (23 to 29 November inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,450. This is approximately 150 more than in the previous week, when there were 3,293 deaths.