Households pay two-thirds of environmental taxesArticles
The polluter-pay principle does not always apply.
Inflation rate stable in DecemberArticles
According to Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the CPI inflation rates in November and December 2015 were 0.7 percent higher than in the same months in 2014. The rate over the entire year 2015 averaged 0.6 percent.
May holiday creates inflation peakArticles
Statistics Netherlands reported today that Dutch inflation in terms of the consumer price index (CPI) rose to 1.1 percent in May, i.e. the highest level in the last 7 months. The price increase in April was 0.6 percent.
Environmental taxes and fees; revenues by taxpayer 1987-2012Figures
Environmental taxes, environmental fees taxpayer
Modest turnover growth for sector hotels and restaurantsArticles
In the fourth quarter of 2013, the sector hotels and restaurants realised 1.0 percent turnover growth relative to one year previously.
Price rises mainly due to changes in tax legislationArticles
The considerable price rises in 2013 were mainly caused by changes in tax legislation. The price of rolling tobacco and stamps increased most rapidly, whereas the price of telephones decreased most rapidly.
Household consumption down in the Netherlands, up in adjacent countriesArticles
The sustained downturn in household consumption in the Netherlands in recent years has frustrated economic growth. Households cut back on spending because their incomes do not allow them to spend more. The situation is different in Belgium and Germany where incomes and consumer spending are up.
Cigarette prices doubled in past decadeArticles
In April 2013, the price of cigarettes was twice as high as a decade ago, mainly due to tax increases. Currently, taxes account for nearly three quarters of the price of a packet of cigarettes.
Producer Prices; ProdCom, sales and consumption, 2005 = 100, 2000-2012Figures
Price index numbers (excluding excise) and month and year development Market and products according to product nomenclature Prodcom
Inflation rate marginally down to 2.9 percentArticles
The latest figures released by Statistics Netherlands show that inflation fell marginally in March to 2.9 percent. In January and February, consumer prices were 3.0 percent up from one year previously.
Inflation falls to 2.4 percentArticles
Inflation in the Netherlands fell to 2.4 percent in April 2012. In March inflation was 2.5 percent.
Petrol price reaches new record highArticles
The litre price of Euro95 averaged 1.776 euro in March 2012. Consumers can obtain cheaper petrol at self-service stations.
Government collects 13 cents of every euro spent by Dutch householdsArticles
The average Dutch household spent 32,500 euro in 2010. Indirect taxes, for example VAT and excise duties, account for 4,320 euro, i.e. more than 13 cents of every euro spent by Dutch households.
The State; tax revenues, ESA, 1999 - 2011Figures
Taxes on income and property, production and imports and death duty in terms of the ESA 1995 categories.
Revenues from excise duties over 11 billion euroArticles
The consumption of motor fuels, alcohol and tobacco put 11.1 billion euro in excise duties in Dutch government coffers in 2010.
Perceived inflation back in line with observed inflationArticles
One of the cornerstones in the description of the economy is the measurement of price increases, or inflation. Alongside actually observed inflation, economists are also confronted by perceived inflation.
Participation in politicsFigures
Participation; political favour and voting behaviour, political interest and opinions by personal characteristics
Producer Prices (2000 = 100) by ProdComFigures
Price index numbers including and excluding excise according to product nomenclature Prodcom
Producer Prices (2000 = 100) by SBI '93Figures
Price index number including and excluding excise According to activity nomenclature SBI'93