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8 results for keyword:EMU balance

Government deficit at 0.3 percent of GDP in 2023

The Dutch government spent 3.5 billion euros more than it received in 2023. This is equivalent to 0.3 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), and was slightly higher than the 2022 deficit, which was...

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Public revenue 3 bn euros higher than expenditure after three quarters

The Dutch central government achieved a surplus of 3 billion euros over the first three quarters of this year.

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Public debt dipped below 50 percent of GDP at end of Q3 2022

The first three quarters produced a positive budget balance of 7 billion euros.

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Government balance deteriorating, but less than elsewhere in Western Europe

In 2020, the coronavirus crisis drained the government budgets of countries all across Europe.

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Public deficit 27 billion euros in first nine months of 2020

This year, the Dutch government spent 27 billion euros more than it received up through September.

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Public deficit almost 15 billion euros in the first half year

In the first six months of 2020, the Dutch government spent nearly 15 billion euros more than it received. This was mainly due to measures implemented by the government to support the economy...

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Dutch government surplus 14 billion euros in 2019

In 2019 the public surplus amounted to 1.7 percent of GDP. Both revenues and expenditure rose sharply. Public debt at the end of 2019 amounted to 48.6 percent of GDP.

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Government deficit and debt according to EMU definitions

The member states of the European Union have committed themselves to curbing government deficit and government debt.

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