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Number of bankruptcies drops considerably
In September this year, 450 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) in the Netherlands were declared bankrupt, a decrease by 60 relative to August.
Manufacturing industry anticipates marginal growth investments
The most recent investment figures released by Statistics Netherlands show that manufacturers anticipate a 2 percent growth of investments in 2014.
Corporate investments down in December
In December 2010, the volume of private fixed capital formation in tangible assets was 2.1 percent down on December 2009.
Dutch private sector posts higher profits
For the first time since the outbreak of the economic crisis late 2008, the number of businesses (excluding financial companies) making higher profits was larger than the number of businesses...
485 bankruptcies in April
In April this year, 485 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) in the Netherlands were declared bankrupt.
Private sector investments down
The volume of private sector investments in tangible fixed assets was 8.6 percent down in July 2013 from July 2012. The decline was less substantial than in June, when private sector investments were...
Mood among manufacturers less negative
Dutch manufacturers were less pessimistic in August than in July. The producer confidence indicator climbed from -3.5 to -1.6. Although the mood improved for the fourth consecutive month, it remains...
519 bankruptcies in December
In December 2011, 519 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) in the Netherlands were declared bankrupt, a decline by 114 relative to November.
0.3 percent economic growth in Q4
Statistics Netherlands reports that Dutch quarter-on-quarter economic growth in Q4 2015 was 0.3 percent. Growth is fuelled by investments and exports.
622 bankruptcies in February
In February this year, 622 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) in the Netherlands were declared bankrupt, i.e. 58 fewer than in January.
Economic situation improves further
The economic situation at the end of February is better than at the end of January. Improvements outnumber deteriorations. The heart of the scatter in the Business Cycle Tracer is located in the...