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Sharp rise in poverty in 2011
These are among the conclusions in the Poverty Survey 2012 (Armoedesignalement 2012) which is published today. In the report, researchers from the Netherlands Institute for Social Research/SCP and...
Purchasing power erodes further in 2011
The Dutch population lost 0.4 percent of their purchasing power last year. The loss in 2010 was 0.6 percent.
Purchasing power of the working population in the Netherlands (Dutch only)
Research description of the purchasing power of the working population in the Netherlands and differences after the breakdown by transport mode used for work-related trips. Commissioned by: Interbest...
Purchasing power eroded further in 2012
The purchasing power of Dutch consumers declined by 1 percent last year. Purchasing power also declined in 2010 and 2011, though less dramatically: by 0.5 and 0.8 percent respectively.
More spending power for Statia’s low-income groups in 2018
St Eustatius once again recorded a rise in consumer purchasing power in 2018. The median increase was 2 percent relative to 2017.
Purchasing power and income of the working population in the Netherlands (Dutch only)
Research description of the purchasing power and personal income of the working population in the Netherlands and differences after the breakdown by transport mode used for work-related trips....
Caribbean Netherlands: purchasing power gains in 2020
In 2020, the population of the Caribbean Netherlands saw gains in purchasing power again.
Bonaire: purchasing power up again in 2015
In 2015, the median purchasing power of Bonaire’s local population improved by 3.6 percent.
Purchasing power markedly higher in 2006 and 2007
After a minor dip in 2005, purchasing power rose markedly in 2006 and 2007 to achieve the best results since 2001.
Purchasing power up after four years of decline
After four years of decline, the purchasing power of the Dutch population improved by 1.5 percent in 2014. All population groups saw their spending power rise in a period of slow economic recovery....
Large differences in purchasing power developments between common occupations
The purchasing power of the employed labour force in the Netherlands rose by 2.5 percent in 2009. This is larger than the increase in 2008.
Dutch society 2012: repercussions of the crisis
These and other facts are presented in De Nederlandse Samenleving 2012, Statistics Netherlands’ report on society in the Netherlands (available in Dutch only). The book gives a picture of prosperity...
Higher purchasing power for employees in care sector
Today, Statistics Netherlands announced that the recession which has persisted since late 2008 has undermined the financial position of households
Median purchasing power continues to rise
The purchasing power of the Dutch population improved 1.1 percent last year.
Saba: purchasing power up again in 2015
In 2015, the median purchasing power of Saba’s local population improved by 2.2 percent.
St Eustatius: improved purchasing power in 2015
The purchasing power of St Eustatius’ local population improved in 2015 with a median increase of 4.4 percent.
More purchasing power for low-income groups on Statia
Purchasing power in the Caribbean Netherlands rose once again in 2017. The median increase was highest for the inhabitants of St Eustatius at 2.6 percent.