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Gas consumption down by 17% year on year in the period July - October
Over the period July to October 2022 inclusive, total natural gas consumption in the Netherlands stood at 7.3 billion cubic metres. This is 17 percent less than in the same period last year.
Agriculture’s consumption unchanged for 25 years, despite higher output
Since 1995, the volume of Dutch agricultural production has grown by 20 percent. Nevertheless, there was no increase in the agricultural consumption of environmentally harmful substances such as...
Household consumption over 6 percent up in July
Consumers spent 6.2 percent more in July 2022 compared to one year previously. They spent more on services, but less on goods.
Household consumption over 5 percent up in June
Consumers spent 5.2 percent more in June 2022 compared to June one year previously. They spent more on services, but less on goods.
Circularity of the Dutch economy has barely increased
Of all natural resources that were deployed in the Dutch economy in 2020, 13 percent consisted of recycled materials. This percentage is virtually the same as in 2014. In terms of recycling, the...
Household consumption over 7 percent up in May
Consumers spent 7.3 percent more in May 2022 compared to May one year previously. They spent more on services, but less on goods.
Energy consumption private dwellings; type of dwelling and regions
Average consumption of gas and electricity, type of dwelling, district heating by region
New dwellings; input price indices building costs 2000=100, from 1990
Building costs, wages and materials Input Price Indices and changes compared to one year earlier
Dutch economy grew by 4.5 percent in 2022
The Dutch economy grew by 4.5 percent in 2022, after growing by 4.9 percent in 2021. Such growth over two consecutive years had not yet been recorded this century
Household consumption almost 15 percent up in April
Consumers spent 14.8 percent more in April 2022 compared to April one year previously. They mainly spent more on durable goods and services.
Income, consumption, wealth of households: key figures; National Accounts
Keyfigures on income, expenditure and net worth of households Source of income, living situation, househould compositon, age and income
Economic growth of 0.6 percent in Q4 2022
According to the first quarterly estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS) on the basis of currently available data, in Q4 2022 gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 0.6 percent relative...
China's share in goods imports grew further in 2021
In 2021, the Netherlands imported 48 billion euros in goods from China. Two thirds of the goods left the Netherlands again in a virtually unprocessed state as re-exports
Household consumption over 11 percent up in March
Consumers spent 11.2 percent more in March 2022 compared to March one year previously.
Natural gas consumption 25 percent lower in first half of 2022
Natural gas consumption in the Netherlands amounted to 17.6 billion cubic metres (m3) over the first six months of 2022.
Household consumption almost 14 percent up in February
Consumers spent 13.8 percent more in February 2022 compared to February one year previously.
Government Production and Consumption; transactions, sectors
Government production and consumption (resources, uses, balancing items) Output resources, production costs, and government sectors
Consumption expenditure by purpose; National Accounts
Final consumption expenditure by purpose Purposes conform COICOP classification
Household consumption over 11 percent up in January
In January 2022, Dutch household consumption was 11.1 percent up on January 2021.
Manufacturing output prices over 17 percent up in November
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of 17.3 percent year on year.
Consumption by type of goods and services; National Accounts
Final consumption expenditure Type of goods and services
Natural gas consumption 4 percent lower in 2021
In 2021, total natural gas consumption in the Netherlands amounted to 40 billion cubic metres (m3), against 42 billion in the previous year.
New dwellings; input price indices building costs 2015=100
Total building costs, labour and materials Input Price Indices 2015=100 changes compared to one year earlier
Manufacturing output prices almost 21 percent up in October
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of 20.9 percent year on year.
Household consumption 4.5 percent up in December
Consumers spent 4.5 percent more in December 2021 than one year previously, but 7.7 percent less than in December 2019.