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Natural products important for trade with Indonesia
Dutch firms have imported more natural products. Imports of vegetable fats and oils have gone up especially.
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.
GDP, output and expenditures; changes, Quarterly National Accounts
Production, expenditures, income and external economic transactions. Value, volume and price changes
Service imports back at pre-pandemic level
In the first three months of 2022, the Netherlands imported 53.4 billion euros worth of services. This is over 20 percent more than in the previous year.
Energy balance sheet; supply and consumption, sector
Supply, consumption, energy transformation Energy commodities, sector
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
Profits of non-financial corporations up again
In Q3 2022, Dutch non-financial corporations’ gross profits before taxes amounted to 84.5 billion euros. This is 9 billion euros more than in Q3 2021 and the highest amount since the beginning of the...
Agricultural exports exceeded 100 billion euros in 2021
Exports of agricultural goods are estimated to have reached 104.7 billion euros in 2021, setting a new record.
Ecosystems and well-being – the impact of land use changes
The contributions of ecosystems to well-being depend on the extent and quality of ecosystems. This report shows that the state of natural capital is a cause for concern, and that future spatial...
Exports to Russia down by almost 40 percent in 2022
In 2022, the value of Dutch goods exports to Russia decreased by 38 percent. The decrease was mainly seen in exports of semiconductors and chips, transport equipment, flowers and plants, and...
Ecosystems and wellbeing – the impact of land use changes
To measure well-being in the Netherlands, the 'monitor of well-being and sustainable development goals’ identifies four types of capital: social, human, economic and natural capital.
Land use; main categories; regional, 1900 onwards
Traffic area, Built up area, Forest, Natural area, Water Netherlands and Provinces
International trade in goods; change of ownership, key figures
Im-, (re-)export value and trade balance of goods (change of ownership); SITC (1 digit) and countries.
Earnings and labour volume; exporting and supplying sector (SIC2008)
Labour volume, value added Sector_branches_SIC_2008
Output and income components of GDP; activities, National Accounts
Output, intermediate consumption, value added and income components Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008)
Exports of goods and services by origin; National Accounts
Value at current prices and pricelevel 2015 in million euros, origin of exports SIC 2008, re-export, trade and transport margins
Government; debt guarantees, off-balance PPP, non-performing loans
one-off and standardised guarantees, adjusted capital value of off balance sheet public private partnerships, government sectors.
Dutch Natural Capital Accounts 2013-2018
The Natural Capital Accounts (NKR) are a statistical framework, intended to map the relationship between nature, economy and human activities in a transparent and internationally comparable manner.
Production process, economic activity, regio; national accounts
Output; Gross value added; Labour input Economic activity (SIC2008); Region; Periods
Regional key figures; national accounts
GDP, GDF per capita, Value added, Compensation of employees, Labour input Region
Foreign-controlled multinational subsidiaries most profitable
In 2020, subsidiaries of foreign-controlled multinationals had the highest profit ratio of all non-financial corporations in the Netherlands.
Exporting services: challenges to start, and to expand
This publication looks at barriers to international trade in services. The first part focuses on the impact of trade barriers when it comes to the decision of firms to start exporting services to a...
Government Finance Statistics; key figures
Revenue and expenditure, net balance and debt of the general government sector, in million euros and as a pecentage of GDP.
Value of forest, heath and built-up areas mapped out
the quality of these ecosystems as well as their contribution to the economy and society