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Number of debt management plans rising again
The number of debt management plans imposed by Dutch courts was 19 percent higher in the fourth quarter of last year than twelve months previously.
Half of Dutch public debt in hands of foreign creditors
Dutch public debt amounted to 459 bn euros after the first quarter of this year, i.e. 68.9 percent of GDP. Half of public debt is in the hands of foreign creditors.
More bankruptcies in March
According to Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the number of company bankruptcies has risen marginally.
Lowest number of bankruptcies in over 9 years
The number of bankruptcies is at its lowest since December 2007 in April.
Social security debt amounts to 1.3 billion euro
Although the total social security debt has risen over the period 2002-2009, the number of debts has dropped by more than 100 thousand. The number of debts involving an amount of 2,500 euro or more...
Household debt marginally down
The total debt of households and non-financial companies amounted to more than 1.3 trillion euros by the end of June, i.e. 223.7 percent of the GDP. This so-called private debt-to-GDP ratio was...
Municipal debt exceeds 50 billion euros
Mid-2013, the overall municipal debt in the Netherlands was nearly 51 billion euros. The municipal debt has grown for the sixth year in a row.
More bankruptcies in June
The number of corporate bankruptcies has risen. In June 2017, it was 12 up from May.
Slightly fewer bankruptcies in November
There were 8 fewer bankruptcies in November than in October 2017.
Fewer bankruptcies in March
The number of corporate bankruptcies, adjusted for court session days, has decreased.
Fewer bankruptcies in June
The number of corporate bankruptcies, adjusted for court session days, has decreased again.
Considerable increase number of bankruptcies
The number of bankruptcies rose substantially in November. Most were filed in the financial services sector.
Lowest level bankruptcies of this century
There were 33 fewer bankruptcies in September 2018 than in the previous month. This constitutes the lowest number of bankruptcies since 2001.
Number of bankruptcies continues to drop in June
The number of corporate bankruptcies has decreased in June 2018
No decrease for government deficit
The Dutch government spent 16.5 billion euro more than it received in the first half of 2011. This deficit is about the same as in the first half of 2010.
There were 47 fewer bankruptcies in January 2019 than in the previous month. Most bankruptcies were recorded in trade sector.