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Tourist spending up sharply

Dutch and foreign tourists spent a total 35.3 billion euro in the Netherlands in 2007. This is 5.5 percent more than in 2006.

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Less electricity produced

Total electricity production in the Netherlands amounted to 113 billion kWh in 2011. This is 4 percent less than in the previous year. In the four preceding years, electricity production had risen...

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Surplus of CO2 emission less costly for energy companies

Energy companies generated more electricity in 2009. As a result, CO2 emissions have grown relative to 2008 and to cover the increase, energy companies have to buy extra emission rights.

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Minimal growth for Dutch economy

The Dutch economic growth in the first quarter of 2010 at 0.1 percent compared with the same quarter last year.

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Employment in the sustainable energy sector

The sustainable energy sector accounted for 0.73 percent of total employment in 2016.

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Hefty rise in food industry prices

Food manufacturers been raising the prices of their products on the domestic market almost continuously since mid-2006.

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Economic situation remains unchanged

According to Statistics Netherlands’ Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation in August was about the same as in July. Economic recovery has come to a virtual standstill over the last months.

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Government deficit 4.7 percent in 2011

According to figures released today, Dutch government deficit amounted to 4.7 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2011.

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Households lose capital, but gain income in 2008

As a result of the global finacial crisis, the value of shares and bonds owned by Dutch households has decreased by 66 billion euro last year. One quarter of the value of shares and one tenth of the...

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Second estimate fourth quarter 2011: economy shrinks by 0.6 percent

The Dutch economy shrank by 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011 compared with the same period in the previous year. This second estimate of economic growth is 0.1 of a percentage point higher...

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Economic situation more or less stable

According to Statistics Netherlands’ Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation in June was about the same as in May. The economic situation is still fragile, the recovery has come to a virtual...

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Base shift for index series

The present index series are generally based on 2005 = 100. To keep these index series up to date, a base shift is introduced every fives years. In 2013 the base year 2005 will be replaced by base...

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Dutch public debt continues to drop

Developments in government finance in Q2 2017.

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January's inflation at 1.4 percent

In January 2007, inflation in the Netherlands was 1.4 percent. The rate was higher than in December, when prices were 1.1 percent up on one year previously, as the consumer price index.

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Potatoes: smallest crop for ten years

The production of potatoes was substantially lower last year than in 2002. The total potato crop was 6.5 billion kilos in 2003, one eighth lower than in 2002. Arable farmers lifted less than 41...

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Inflation drops sharply in January

The inflation rate in the Netherlands was 1.3 percent in January 2006. This is a sharp drop from December, when prices were 2.0 percent up on twelve months previously.

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Dutch economic growth reaches 2.1 percent

The Dutch economy grew by 2.1 percent in the second quarter of 2010 relative to the same quarter in 2009.

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Expenditure on care 6.2 percent up

Last year, national spending on health care and welfare totalled 79 billion euro, a 6.2 percent increase on 2007.

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Credit crisis has limited effects in 2007

Dutch financial institutions suffered only limited effects of the international credit crisis in 2007. The value of their financial assets diminished by only 32 billion euro as a result of lower...

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Higher contribution exports to GDP and more jobs

The importance of exports has increased substantially in the period 2010-2013. In 2013, exports contributed 32.4 percent to the GDP, i.e. 3 percentage points more than in 2010.

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