Household consumption 8.7 percent up in NovemberArticles
Consumers spent 8.7 percent more in November 2021 than one year previously.
Inflation rate 2.7 percent in 2021Articles
In 2021, consumer prices in the Netherlands rose by 2.7 percent on average relative to the previous year.
Household consumption 8.5 percent up in OctoberArticles
Consumers spent 8.5 percent more in October 2021 than in October 2020.
Household consumption almost 5 percent up in SeptemberArticles
Consumers spent 4.6 percent more in September 2021 than in September 2020.
Dutch goods trade above pre-pandemic level in first half of 2021Articles
In the first six months of 2021, goods exports were up by 42 billion euros relative to one year previously. Goods imports increased by 35 billion euros.
Household consumption almost 6 percent up in AugustArticles
Consumers spent 5.8 percent more in August 2021 than in August 2020.
CBS provides data on the use of pipelines for transportArticles
Pipelines are becoming a key form of transport.
Greenhouse gas emissions higher in Q1 2021Articles
In Q1 2021, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions showed a year-on-year increase of 1.4 percent. This is mainly due to higher natural gas consumption for heating and higher electricity production.
Natural gas revenues reduce public deficitArticles
The sale of natural gas is an important annual source of income for the Dutch government. Last year, revenues amounted to 12.4 billion euro. If natural gas revenues are not taken into account, the public...
Natural gas revenues boost government coffers in 2008Articles
With 14.8 billion euro, government revenues from natural gas reached a new record last year. Natural gas revenues grew by 5 billion euro relative to 2007.
What is renewable energy?Other
Renewable energy, also called sustainable or green energy, comes from natural processes that are constantly replenished.
Energy balance sheet; supply and consumption, sectorFigures
Supply, consumption, energy transformation Energy commodities, sector
Consumer prices; price index 2015=100Figures
Consumer price indices. Index figures consumer expenditures 2015 = 100 Price index, monthly and yearly rates and weightingcoëfficient
Higher profits from oil and gas extraction help to fill government coffersArticles
In 2006, revenues from oil and natural gas extraction were the highest since 1990.
Dutch government deficit and debt reduced considerablyArticles
The Netherlands’ general government deficit in 2015 came out at 1.8 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).
Natural gas production increasingly relevant for GDPArticles
In 2007, mineral extraction contributed 17 billion euro (more than 3 percent) to the GDP. In recent years, the proportion has grown.
Government; Balance and Maastricht debt, sectorsFigures
Balance and Maastricht debt in million euros and as percentage of GDP subdivided to subsectors of general government.
Natural gas trade deficit for the first time in 2018Articles
The Netherlands became a net importer of natural gas last year. Natural gas had an import value of almost 12 billion euros, an increase of 43 percent on 2017.
Public deficit 2014 the same as in 2013Articles
The public deficit over 2014 was 2.3 percent of GDP. Central government and the social funds were the largest contributors to the deficit. The municipal deficit has fallen sharply, but the provincial deficit...
Public debt at 1.7 percent after third quarterArticles
After the first three quarters of 2015, the public deficit amounted to 1.7 percent of GDP on an annual basis. Public debt was reduced to 66.3 percent of GDP.
Government; Taxes and social contributionsFigures
Revenue collected from taxes and social contributions Types of taxes and social contributions
Government deficit 4.1 percent in 2012Articles
In 2012 the Dutch government deficit shrank to 4.1 percent of GDP while government debt rose to 71.2 percent of GDP. The Dutch government deficit and debt have now exceeded the European norms for the fourth...
Sharp increase in public expenditure continuesArticles
In the first half of 2010, public expenditure has risen by more than 7 billion euro relative to one year previously. Public revenue rose less rapidly by more than 3 billion euro.