In May 2020, the average daily output generated by the Dutch manufacturing industry was 12.5 percent down on May 2019.
The recent coronavirus outbreak affects virtually all people in the Netherlands. Certainly, the effects will also be visible in statistics that are being produced by Statistics Netherlands in the future.
Import, export value and trade balance of goods;
SITC (3 digits) and countries.
Price Index numbers (excluding excise) and month and year development
Market and product according to product nomenclature ProdCom
Price Index number (excluding excise), by sales (domestic and foreign)
According to activity nomenclature SIC 2008
In June, confidence among Dutch manufacturers was again less unfavourable.
Producer confidence and components
activity, order books, stocks and branches
According to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation has still deteriorated rapidly this month. The economy has entered a stage of deep recession.
Government production and consumption (resources, uses, balancing items)
Output resources, production costs, and government sectors
Value at current prices and pricelevel 2015 in million euros, origin of
exports SIC 2008, re-export, trade and transport margins
Imports of goods and services
Economic activities and final expenditure categories
Output, intermediate consumption, value added and income components
Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008)
Current transactions and balancing items of institutional sectors
Sectors, resources and uses, balancing items
Statistics Netherlands’ BCT is a tool to assist in the analysis of the state and the course of the Dutch economy.
Attitudes and expectations of consumers, (seasonally) adjusted,
on the general economic situation and their own financial situation
Attitudes and expectation of consumers, non-adjusted,
on the general economic climate and their own financial situation
The total volume of goods exports shrank by 11.2 percent in April year-on-year.
price indices commercial services, different branches
such as transport and storage, IT and architecture
The Exports Radar is an instrument to analyse developments in exports of goods.
Type of bankruptcy, sector/branches (SIC 2008)
In April 2020, the average daily output generated by the Dutch manufacturing industry was 11 percent down on April 2019.
Confidence among Dutch manufacturers has recovered slightly in May.
According to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation in mid-April is slightly less favourable than in the previous month.
The total volume of goods exports shrank by 4.0 percent in March year-on-year. This is the first contraction in exports since June 2019.
Developments, expectations and assesments of businesses