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Netherlands has the seventh largest trade surplus in the world
Worldwide, the Netherlands has the seventh largest trade surplus in the trade of goods . China and Germany have the largest trade surpluses in the world in the absolute sense. The United States have...
Growing trade deficits in the Caribbean Netherlands
In 2017, the trade deficits of Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba were higher than in 2016.
Dutch exports to Belgium and Luxembourg growing
In September 2009, the Benelux celebrates its 65th anniversary. Goods trade between the Netherlands and the other Benelux countries has grown substantially over the period 1946-2008.
Second estimate third quarter 2011: economic growth 1.1 percent
In the third quarter of 2011, Dutch economic growth was 1.1 percent compared with the same period last year. This second estimate of economic growth is the same as the first estimate published on 15...
Trade surplus excluding re-exports €20 billion lower
The Netherlands had a goods trade surplus of 52 billion euros in 2016.
Trade deficit with US due to re-exports
In 2016, the Netherlands’ goods trade deficit with the US hit 12 billion euros, i.e. Dutch imports of goods exceeded exports. The trade deficit can be attributed almost entirely to large re-export...
Dutch balance of trade has been favourable for nearly three decades
Last year, the Netherlands exported more than 395 billion euro worth of goods and services. The value of imports amounted to 354 billion euro, resulting in a trade surplus of over 41 billion euro,...
Drop in import value lowers Caribbean Netherlands’ trade deficits
In 2020, all three islands of the Caribbean Netherlands recorded a year-on-year decrease in their goods trade deficit. St Eustatius saw the sharpest decline, followed by Bonaire and Saba.
Dutch agricultural exports at record high
Duch agricultural exports reached a record high in 2017.