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Slight rise in Dutch wine production
In 2017 there were 92 vineyards in the Netherlands, 4 more than in the previous year. Grape acreage increased slightly to 157 ha. Limburg and Gelderland are the largest wine growing provinces.
Smallest increase in motor vehicle surcharge for ten years
Provincial authorities expect to receive 1.441 billion euro from the surcharge on motor vehicle tax in 2011. This is 1.9 percent more than in 2010, and the smallest increase since the turn of the...
Residential property prices increased most in North Holland
In the last quarter of 2015, residential property prices in all Dutch provinces were up from one year previously. The highest increase was in the province of North Holland with 6.1 percent, partly...
Municipalities, provinces and water boards anticipate deficit of 4.1 billion euros
The total anticipated deficit of municipalities, provinces and water boards for 2013 amounts to 4.1 billion euros and is far beyond the previously agreed limit.
Netherlands fifth-largest asparagus producer in Europe
Asparagus production grew again in 2016, especiallyl in southwest Noord-Brabant and north Limburg.
Innovation and R&D by topsectors and region, 2014
Overview of innovation and R&D conducted by the topsectors, specified by region, in 2014.
Small and relatively expensive housing in Amsterdam
Thirty percent of Amsterdam households own their home.
The rising mortality coincides with the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis in the Netherlands
Since 1981, people have become taller and heavier
In 2018, the average height of Dutch men aged 20 years and over stood at 1.81 metres; for women the average height was 1.67 metres. Since 1981, the average body height has increased by 3.8 cm for men...
In 2016 lowest number of bankruptcies in 8 years
In 2016 lowest number of bankruptcies in 8 years.
Holland and Brabant most important for trade with UK
Noord-Holland, Zuid-Holland and Noord-Brabant account for nearly two-thirds of goods trade with the United Kingdom.
Family businesses in the Netherlands 2015-2018
In addition to the number of enterprises, the results of this research also include figures on the number of employee jobs and their characteristics, turnover and value added. Figures are broken down...
Family businesses in the Netherlands
Exploratory research on family businesses in the Netherlands.
Fewer road traffic deaths in 2021
In 2021, 582 people in the Netherlands died as a result of road traffic accidents. This is 28 fewer than in 2020 and the lowest number since 2015.
More hotel stays, especially in Amsterdam
The number of overnight stays in Dutch hotels continues to rise.
10 percent more deaths than expected in 2021
In 2021, nearly 171 thousand deaths were recorded. This is 16 thousand (10 percent) more than the expected number for last year. There was excess mortality in every age group. Flevoland, Zeeland and...
Increase in sugar beet cultivation
The cultivation area for sugar beets in the Netherlands grew by 21 percent in just one year.
More deaths among cyclists than car occupants in 2017
In 2017, more cyclists than car occupants died in traffic accidents, of whom 1/4 on an e-bike.
1,250 more deaths than expected in week 48
In the first week of December (week 48, 29 November to 5 December 2021 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 4,300.
Non-EU exports vital for Friesland and North Brabant
Friesland and North Brabant are the biggest exporters of goods to countries outside the EU.
Lower mortality in third week of April
Mortality has been declining, but in week 16 it is still almost 40 percent higher than the weekly average in the first ten weeks of 2020.
Less excess mortality during second wave, but still high after 9 weeks
Although excess mortality disappeared after nine weeks during the first wave of the coronavirus epidemic, the number of deaths was still elevated after the same amount of time during the second wave.
Mortality decline continues, more slowly than last week
Mortality in week 17 is roughly 30 percent in excess of the average weekly mortality in the first ten weeks of 2020.
Nearly 1,100 more deaths than expected in last week of November
The estimated number of deaths in the last week of November (week 47, i.e. 22 to 28 November inclusive) stands at nearly 4,100.