Economic outlook again less positiveArticles
As of March 2022, the economic situation is less positive than in February according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer.
Innovation must come from SMEsOther
By combining of registers and other sources, CBS offers more insight into the patchwork of SMEs
Country of destination (trade)Other
'The country to which goods are transported or in which services are provided, as known at the time of export.
PEV fleet keeps growingArticles
As of 1 January 2021, the total passenger car fleet in the Netherlands stood at nearly 8.8 million. This is over 1 percent up on the previous year.
Distribution of well-being in 2020 similar to 2019Articles
Well-being is not equally distributed in the Netherlands.
Standardised disposable household income deflated by the consumer price index. This makes incomes comparable over time. Purchasing power increases when standardised income grows faster than prices.
Live animal exports stood at 1.8 billion euros in 2020Articles
In 2020, the Netherlands exported 1.8 billion euros worth of live animals.
The ratio between people who are inactive and those who are active. The inactive population are people aged 15 and over claiming benefits (AOW, ANW, ZW, WAO, WAZ, Wajong, WW, benefits for hold-ups due...
Open-ended labour contractOther
An employment contract which does not specify a fixed period of time or a final date of employment, except a retirement date.
Air passenger traffic quadrupled in Q2 year-on-yearArticles
Air passenger traffic quadrupled in Q2 year-on-year
House prices over 20 percent higher in NovemberArticles
In November, owner-occupied dwellings (excluding new constructions) were on average 20.1 percent more expensive than in the same month last year. This equals the largest price increase since the start...
Figure showing the number of moves in a regional unit in a given period of time. A regional unit is a municipality, province or region.
Health care institutions; key figures, finance and personnelFigures
Profit/loss account, balance sheet, personnel, self-employed, hospitals, mental health hospitals, residential care for children
Taking somebody into custody for a maximum of four days on the orders of the public prosecutor when the time allowed to hold a suspect for questioning (six hours) is insufficient.
Minimum wage earnerOther
Employee earning the minimum wage applicable to his/her age or less. For part-time workers the minimum wage is proportional to the number of weekly hours worked.
Under age suspectOther
Someone who was under 18 at the time he/she committed a crime. Simpler kinds of criminal behaviour are often dealt with in HALT programs. Nobody under the age of 12 can be prosecuted.
Type of insurance for sickness absenceOther
Statistics Netherlands distinguishes the following types of insurance for employers: - carrying the full risk; - partly insured (payment of sickness benefits beyond a preset period is insured); - fully...
One of the two tracks in secondary vocational training introduced by the WEB (Adult and Vocational Education Act). In this track students spend 20-60 percent of their time of practical training within...
Block or day release programmesOther
One of the two tracks in secondary vocational training introduced by the WEB (Adult and Vocational Education Act). In this track students spend 60 percent of their time of practical training within a company...
Someone forced to spend time in a Dutch penitentiary, such as a detention centre or jail, either awaiting a court case or serving a prison sentence or a measure passed by a judge, or awaiting extradition/expulsion...
There are two types of detention: imprisonment for a maximum of one year and four months that is less severe than a jail sentence, usually the time is spent in a detention centre. The other is imprisonment...
First time buyer/renterOther
A newly formed or immigrated household that becomes the new main occupant of a dwelling and that was not a main occupant of a dwelling in the Netherlands before. (A newly formed household is one formed...