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Turnover sector hotels and restaurants up by 5 percent
In 2007, turnover of the sector hotels and restaurants was again distinctly higher than in the previous year. Turnover increased by 5 percent, just like in 2006.
Substantial rise for retail turnover
Dutch retailers realised 5.6 percent more turnover in January 2006 than in the same month last year.
Prices of healthier foods rise faster
Prices of healthier food products have risen faster than those of unhealthier food products.
Holiday groceries relatively cheap in Spain
Out of the five most visited holiday destinations, Spain is the cheapest for holidaymakers who buy their own groceries.
Food prices rise at fastest rate in ten years
Food prices rose by 3.8 percent in May 2019, effectively the fastest rise in food prices over the past decade.
Consumption by type of goods and services; NA, 1969-2016
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Retail sales at same level as in October 2011
Retail sales declined by 0.1 percent in October 2012 compared to the same month last year. Retail volume shrank by 2.9 percent, retail prices were 2.8 percent up from October 2011.
Higher turnover hotels and restaurants in the fourth quarter
In the fourth quarter of 2004 the turnover of hotels and restaurants was 0.9 percent higher than in the same period of 2003. During the first three quarters of 2004 turnover had been 0.7 percent...
Turnover sector hotels and restaurants nearly 4 percent down
In the third quarter of this year, turnover generated in the sector hotels and restaurants was 3.9 percent down on the same period in 2008.
Turnover decline cleaning service agencies
Cleaning service agencies faced a turnover loss of 1 percent in the second quarter of 2009 relative to the same quarter in 2008. Prices rose by 3 percent.
Retail trade lost turnover in May
Turnover in Dutch retail trade in May was down by 4.7 percent on May 2004. Prices were 1 percent lower than in May 2004 as well, while turnover volume went down by 3.8 percent.
Turnover retail sector 3 percent up
Retail turnover grew by 3.0 percent in February relative to the same month last year. Price increases in the retail sector averaged more than 2 percent, turnover volume increased nearly 1 percent.
Retail turnover down again in second quarter
In the second quarter of 2005 turnover in Dutch retail trade was 2.4 percent down on the same period last year. For the ninth time in a row retail turnover was lower than in the previous quarter.