Consumption expenditure by purpose; National AccountsFigures
Final consumption expenditure by purpose Purposes conform COICOP classification
Exports of goods and services by origin; National AccountsFigures
Value at current prices and pricelevel 2015 in million euros, origin of exports SIC 2008, re-export, trade and transport margins
Gross fixed capital formation by type and by sector; National AccountsFigures
Gross fixed capital formation by type of capital good on owner basis Institutional sectors
Imports of goods and services by destination; National AccountsFigures
Imports of goods and services Economic activities and final expenditure categories
Output and income components of GDP; activities, National AccountsFigures
Output, intermediate consumption, value added and income components Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008)
Supply and use by products of activity; National AccountsFigures
Supply and use by products of activity Groups of products of activity (CPA)
Caribbean Netherlands, Bonaire; sold dwellings price index 2011=100Figures
Price indices, number sold, changes Periods
Trade and industry; employment and finance per sector, SIC 2008Figures
Trade and industry; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, results Industry, construction, trade, transport, personal and business services
Environmental goods and services sector, activities; national accountsFigures
Environmental activities, environmental domain, environmental services EGSS, environmental sector, recycling
Environmental Goods and Services Sector, industries; national accountsFigures
Environmental sector by economic activity and per environmental domain Environmental protection, Resource management and Economic activity
Existing own homes; average purchase prices, regionFigures
Average purchase prices of existing own homes Nederland, group of provinces, provinces and municipalities
Composition development in goods exports: flow characteristicsFigures
Export growth and Contribution to total export growth Transaction; SITC and Countries
The Netherlands in Numbers, 2020Publications
The Netherlands in Numbers, 2020 is the successor to Trends in the Netherlands and the Statistical Yearbooks and Pocket Books.
Renewable energy; final use and avoided use fossil energy,1990-2019Figures
Renewable energy, final use and avoided fossil energy and avoided CO2 wind, solar, hydro, geothermal energy, aerothermal heat and biomass
Sharpest drop in motor fuel prices since 2008Articles
In March 2020, when the COVID-19 crisis erupted in the Netherlands, pump prices of motor fuels dropped by 6.1 percent on average relative to the previous month.
Consumer prices for fuel in the Caribbean NetherlandsFigures
Prices of petrol and diesel in the Caribbean Netherlands are generally higher than on Aruba, Curaçao and St Maarten.
Civil engineering works; Input price index 2008-2019Figures
Price indices on the basis of 2010 = 100 and changes compared to 1 year earlier regarding several areas of work.
Caribbean Netherlands; gross domestic product (GDP) 2012-2017Figures
Caribbean Netherlands, GDP Bonaire, Saba, St Eustatius
Spending; consumption household, 1995-2019Figures
Changes, indices, shares, value of consumption of households by type of goods and services.
Caribbean Netherlands; im- or export weight, transport mode, SITC by islandFigures
Import and export weight Caribbean Netherlands per island (Bonaire, Saba, St. Eustatius) for maritime and air transport, goods classification SITC
Caribbean NL; housing, durable consumer goods and means of transportFigures
housing, television, mobile phone, pc, car sex, age and educational level
Consumer prices; average prices of consumer goods, 2000 - 2018Figures
Average prices of consumer goods like fuels, eating and drinking in cafes and restaurants, food products and services
Consumer prices; average prices of food, 1800 - 2018Figures
Average prices food: beer, bread, butter, cheese, coffee, eggs, margarine milk, pork steak, potatoes, rice, stewing steak, sugar and tea
Similar development of public transport and car costsArticles
Price developments in public transport were virtually on a par with developments in car costs between 2009 and November 2018. In this period, the cost of both types of transport rose more rapidly than average consumer prices.