Data on the Dutch economy, prosperity, labour and leisure, housing market, health, society, safety, mobility and environment in times of coronavirus.
The total volume of goods exports shrank by 0.6 percent in July year-on-year. The contraction was lower than in the previous four months.
The Exports Radar is an instrument to analyse developments in exports of goods.
In the second quarter of 2020, CO2 emissions were 21.1 percent down year-on-year.
In the first six months of 2020, the gross value added of key industries in the tourism sector was approximately 45 percent lower than in the same period in 2019, according to provisional figures.
CBS conducts a wide range of studies on developments and backgrounds in the social and economic spheres of society. Statistical Trends is the online platform to bring the results of these studies to the spotlight in more detailed, informative articles.
This publication reports on the 2010 benchmark revision of the Dutch national accounts. This revision was conducted to comply with new international guidelines concerning the compilation of the national accounts. Simultaneously new and improved information about the economy has been incorporated.
The Household Consumption Radar is an instrument to analyse developments in consumption by Dutch households.
The volume of investments in tangible fixed assets was 5.6 percent down in June 2020 relative to the same month last year. This contraction is smaller than in the previous two months.
The Investment Radar analyses developments in private sector investment.
The economic situation according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer has become less unfavourable in August.
The total volume of goods exports shrank by 2.9 percent in June year-on-year. The contraction was much lower than in April and May.
According to the first estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), which is based on currently available data, gross domestic product (GDP) declined by 8.5 percent in Q2 2020 relative to Q1 2020.
According to figures released by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), in June 2020 consumers spent 7.0 percent less than in June 2019.
BCT Dashboard is a tool to assist in the analysis of the state and the course of the Dutch economy.
The Business Cycle Tracer indicator is the unweighted average of the indicators
Statistics Netherlands’ BCT is a tool to assist in the analysis of the state and the course of the Dutch economy.
At the start of Q3 2020, entrepreneurial confidence stood at -19.3, up from -37.2 in the previous quarter.
The volume of investments in tangible fixed assets was 18.8 percent down in May 2020 relative to the same month last year.
Consumers spent 12.8 percent less in May 2020 than one year previously. This is the second sharpest contraction in domestic household consumption CBS has ever recorded.
Globalisation is a process that encompasses economic, technological, institutional and social developments. This dossier mainly focuses on the economic aspects of globalisation.
The total volume of goods exports shrank by 11.8 percent in May year-on-year.
According to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation has deteriorated further this month.
Supply- and use tables, input-output tables and sector accounts