The Netherlands worth 3,500,000,000,000 euro
Total assets in the Netherlands were worth around 3.5 trillion euro in 2008. This is the equivalent of just over 210 thousand euro per inhabitant, and is more than double the value in 1996.
No recovery for construction sector in 2010
While the Dutch economy is picking up, the construction sector is still performing badly. With 9 versus more than 4 percent, turnover in the construction sector slumped even more in 2010 than in 2009.
Dutch economic growth sliding
Tthe Dutch economy grew by 1.1 percent in the third quarter of 2011 compared with same quarter last year.
Construction sector hit hard by recession in 2012
The construction sector suffered most from the economic recession in 2012. Output fell by more than 8 percent, turnover by 7 percent.
Non-residential building sector booming
The non-residential construction sector was booming last year. Companies also invested large amounts in repairs and renovation of non-residential buildings.
Small building companies least affected by economic crisis
In the first nine months of 2012, the construction sector faced 6 percent turnover loss. The sector lost 15 percent of its turnover compared to record year 2008. Small building companies were least...
Medium-sized businesses struck hardest by crisis in the construction sector
Last year, the construction sector faced a turnover loss of 16 percent. Small construction companies generated a turnover growth by 3 percent. Medium-sized and large building companies had to cope...
Turnover construction sector picks up in first half of 2011
After 2010, a very dramatic year for the construction sector (excluding property developers), the first six months of 2011 were somewhat more positive. The mild temperatures in winter prompted a 6...
Construction turnover slumps in 2009
After years of sustained growth, turnover realised by the construction sector slumped 4.5 percent in 2009.