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174 results for keyword:regional classifications

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10.7 million adults have registered their organ donation choice

As of 1 January 2023, 10.7 million people aged 18 years and over had recorded their organ donation choice in the Donor Register.

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Business survey Netherlands; quarterly, to sector/branches

Developments, expectations and opinions of businesses Sector/branches

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Caribbean Netherlands; import and export values per island

Import, export values and trade balance of Caribbean Netherlands per island (Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius).

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Caribbean Netherlands, Bonaire; import and export values, SITC

Import, export value and trade balance of Bonaire according to SITC classification.

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Dutch Trade in Facts and Figures, 2020

Dutch trade in facts and figures 2020 contains information about the internationalisation in the Netherlands. Export earnings, employment, multinationals, investments and female entrepreneurship are...

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Mortality during the first six weeks of the corona epidemic

From the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic, mortality rose rapidly in the Netherlands. Excess mortality was estimated at 7,260 deaths over the first six weeks.

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Economic contraction on Bonaire and Saba in 2017

In 2017, the volume of gross domestic product (GDP) declined on Bonaire and Saba, by 1.3 and 1.4 percent respectively. On St Eustatius, GDP rose by 6.6 percent.

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Caribbean Netherlands; gross domestic product (GDP) 2012-2017

Caribbean Netherlands, GDP Bonaire, Saba, St Eustatius

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Business confidence lower in Q1

At the start of 2019, business confidence stands at 10.6, almost 3 points down on the previous quarter but still well above the long-term average.

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Protecting Tables by Means of Cell Suppression

National Statistical Institutes protect tabular data against disclosure of sensitive information before they are released. A well-known method is cell suppression. In this paper we propose a new...

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How much will my home be worth later on?

What are the dynamics behind house price fluctuations and how high is the risk of severe depreciation for homeowners

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Traffic deaths include more young and old drivers

In 2016, there were 629 traffic deaths, 8 more than in 2015.

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Trade deficit up on Bonaire, down on Saba and Statia

In 2016, the trade deficit on Bonaire grew for the second consecutive year.

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Household population growing in and around major cities

On 1 January 2016, there were over 7.7 million households in the Netherlands.

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Using big data to resolve humanitarian issues

The recent launch of The Hague Humanity Hub

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Non-EU exports vital for Friesland and North Brabant

Friesland and North Brabant are the biggest exporters of goods to countries outside the EU.

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Inflation rate in the Caribbean Netherlands still negative

On the basis of the consumer price index (CPI), Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reports that the inflation rates on the three islands of the Caribbean Netherlands were all negative in Q4 2015. The rates...

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All islands in the Caribbean Netherlands achieved economic growth in 2013

According to CBS, the economies on the islands of the Caribbean Netherlands all realised growth in 2013.

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Many businesses in Limburg engaged in international trade

In relative terms, Limburg is the most internationally-oriented province of the Netherlands.

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Trends in the Caribbean Netherlands 2015

This handy edition of Trends in the Caribbean Netherlands 2015 presents the latest social and economic key figures on developments in the Caribbean Netherlands (Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba).

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Fact sheet port of Rotterdam

This fact sheet shows information about transport flows to and from the Port of Rotterdam and the number of ships entering, and compares its importance and size with other major European ports.

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fewer young people in the Caribbean Netherlands than in the Netherlands have a side job

Around three in ten young people in the Caribbean Netherlands are employed. It is more difficult for young inhabitants on the islands than those who live in the European part of the Netherlands to...

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Labour force in Caribbean Netherlands: relatively more people in work

The labour force in the Caribbean differs from that in the Netherlands in a number of respects: relatively more people in the Caribbean (15- 74 years) are employed, and relatively more of them work...

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Regional differences in long-term care use by elderly and chronically ill people in 2012  (Dutch only)

Tables and a research description on the regional differences in long-term care use by elderly and chronically ill people in 2012. The tables show the regional use of long-term care, an analysis of...

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Many Caribbean households consist of extended families

Just over one in ten households in the Caribbean Netherlands comprise relatives in addition to the nuclear family. These extended families in one household are rare in the Netherlands. Nearly half of...

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