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Flower exports down by over one-quarter in March
In March 2020, the export value of horticultural products such as flowers, plants, bulbs and nursery products declined by 22 percent year-on-year. The export of cut flowers dropped by 26 percent.
Internationalisation Monitor 2020, first quarter
Germany and the Netherlands have closely linked economies. The strong link between Germany and the Netherlands is evident from the bilateral trade, direct investments, multinationals and the...
Foreign travellers spent 17 billion euros in 2019
In 2019, foreign tourists and business travellers spent over 17 billion euros on goods and services during their stay in or visit to the Netherlands.
Dutch exporters facing more trade regulations
Since establishment of the WTO in 1995, import tariffs have declined around the world. Exporters nevertheless have to comply with more and more regulations.
Internationalisation Monitor 2019, fourth quarter
This Internationalisation Monitor focuses on export prices, export quality, trade instruments such as import tariffs, NTMs, trade agreements and companies’ choices with respect to their...
France most affected by US import tariffs
The recent US import tariffs on competing goods exported by EU countries are affecting France most severely. Goods include aircraft and wines, at an export value of 2.7 bn euros in 2018.
Machinery exports account for highest earnings
In terms of the gross value added generated through Dutch exports, the highest value added is derived from the export of machinery and machine parts. In 2018, this value added amounted to almost 16...
Dutch Trade in Facts and Figures 2019
Dutch trade in facts and figures 2019 – export, investment and employment is an annually recurring publication. International trade in goods and services, investment, value chains, multinationals and...
Twice as many Chinese companies in the Netherlands
Over a span of five years, the number of Chinese companies located in the Netherlands nearly doubled, from 245 at the end of 2012 to 470 at the end of 2017.
Wholesale trade earns 40 billion euros from exports
In 2017, Dutch wholesale trade generated over 40 bn euros in value added due to exports of goods and services. This is equivalent to 16.5 percent of Dutch gross export earnings.
Internationalisation Monitor 2019, third quarter
Dutch wholesalers and globalization: characteristics, import and export of goods and services, value chains, turnover, employment, added value, and innovation.