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Year-on-year consumer spending 0.1 percent up

Dutch consumer spending on goods and services was 0.1 percent up in February 2016.

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Turnover growth for retail sector in February

The Dutch retail sector boasted a 2.3 percent year-on-year turnover growth in February 2016.

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Unfavourable shopping-day pattern keeps retail turnover down

According to Statistics Netherlands turnover generated by the retail sector was 1.8 percent down in January from January 2015. The main cause for the downturn is the unfavourable shopping-day...

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More than 10 million online shoppers

The number of online shoppers continues to grow. Over the entire year 2014, 10.4 million internet users had at least once bought something online. The number of recent e-shoppers, i.e. those who have...

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Robust turnover growth computer shops in first four months 2014

Turnover generated by computer and software retailers has risen substantially over the first four months of this year. The increase follows a period of nearly two and a half years of negative...

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Online shopping continues to increase

The number of people in the Netherlands buying goods and services online continues to increase. In 2013, 10.3 million people aged 12 to 74 years said they buy goods or services online. Holidays and...

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Retail turnover in decline

Turnover generated by the Dutch retail sector was 0.9 percent down in November 2013 from November 2012. Retail prices were at the same level as twelve months previously. The volume of retail sales...

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More and more Dutch people shop online

Nearly 10 million people in the Netherlands regularly shop online. They are buying more and more clothes online, especially women. Most online shoppers buy only new products.

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1 percent turnover growth in retail trade

According to the most recent figures, retail sales in June 2012 were up by 1 percent on June 2011. Prices were 1.9 percent higher, while the sales volume contracted by 0.9 percent.

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Sustained growth number of e-shoppers in 2010

E-shopping is still gaining popularity. Last year, 9.3 million people bought goods and services over the Internet.

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Online shopping increasingly popular

Last year, 9.3 million Dutch 12 to 74-year-olds bought goods and services online, i.e. half a million more than one year previously. The proportion of Internet users who have never bought or ordered...

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Marginal growth retail turnover

In August 2010, retail turnover was 0.6 percent up on the same month last year. Retail prices were 1.0 percent higher, turnover volume was 0.5 percent down.

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Six in ten e-shoppers book their holidays directly online

This year, nearly six in ten e-shoppers booked their trips and holidays directly online. Trips and accommodations are most frequently bought online.

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Dutch are regular online shoppers

Last year, 7.5 million Dutch people in the age category 16–74 bought one or more articles online. Together with Denmark and the United Kingdom (UK), the Netherlands tops the EU list.

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More and more media products via the internet

In 2008, more than half of people in the Netherlands who use the internet use it to listen to the radio or watch TV, and nearly half download newspapers.

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Food accounts for less and less of household spending

Consumers have been confronted by strong price increases in the shops in the last six months. In spite of this they have been spending less and less of their total spending on food in recent decades.

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