Mortality slightly down in week 2, remains highArticles
Estimated mortality in week 2 of 2021 (11 to 17 January inclusive) stands at 3,850. This is 500 deaths in excess of the expected number for this period.
Caribbean Netherlands; consumer price index (CPI) 2017=100Figures
Consumer price index, Quarter-on-Quarter change, Year-on-year change Spending category per Caribbean island
Regional impact of COVID-19Other
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.
COVID-19 impact on public healthOther
The coronavirus crisis affects nearly the entire population of the Netherlands and will certainly be reflected in CBS statistics that are to be published.
Almost 4 thousand deaths in first week of 2021Articles
Estimated mortality in week 2021 (4 to 10 January 2021 inclusive) stood at almost 4 thousand. This is 650 deaths in excess of the expected number for this period.
Labour price index; index figures 2015=100; National AccountsFigures
Labour price index; wage costs per hour worked Branches SIC 2008
Bankruptcies; enterprises, SIC 2008Figures
Pronounced bankruptcies Type of bankruptcy, sector/branches (SIC 2008)
Pronounced Bankruptcies; company age and number of employeesFigures
Bankruptcies Company age and number of employees
Consumer prices; European harmonised price index 2015=100 (HICP)Figures
European harmonised consumer price indices 2015 = 100, expenditures Price index, monthly and yearly rates and weightingcoëfficient
Consumer prices; price index 2015=100Figures
Consumer price indices. Index figures consumer expenditures 2015 = 100 Price index, monthly and yearly rates and weightingcoëfficient
Consumer prices; contribution and impact, CPI 2015=100Figures
Contribution and impact on the annual rate of change according to CPI Yearly rates, weighting coefficient, contribution and impact
Consumer prices; contribution and impact, HICP 2015=100Figures
Contribution and impact on the annual rate of change according to HICP Yearly rates, weighting coefficient, contribution and impact
Week 52: mortality further up among long-term care usersArticles
In week 52 of 2020 (21 to 27 December inclusive), there were 3.8 thousand deaths. The number of deaths rose further among people receiving long-term care.
Employed labour force; economic activity (SIC 2008)Figures
Employed labour force Sex, characteristics, economic activities SIC 2008
Cao wages, contractual wage costs and working hours; index (2010=100)Figures
Cao wages, contractual wage costs and working hours, Index fig. 2010=100 monthly, SIC 2008
Almost 4 thousand deaths in week 51Articles
The total number of deaths in week 51 (14 - 20 December inclusive) is estimated at almost 4 thousand. This is nearly 400 more than in the previous week
Government participation; public and private corporationsFigures
Significant participation (0.01% of GDP) of the government on corporation capital of public and private corporations.
Public corporations; liabilities, controlling government sectorFigures
Debt of financial or other (loss or profit making) corporations by controlling government subsector.
Government revenue; transactions, sectorsFigures
Government revenue (ESA 2010). Current and capital transactions, sectors, quarters.
Government; Taxes and social contributionsFigures
Revenue collected from taxes and social contributions Types of taxes and social contributions
Government; Balance and Maastricht debt, sectorsFigures
Balance and Maastricht debt in million euros and as percentage of GDP subdivided to subsectors of general government.
Government expenditure; transactions, sectorsFigures
Government expenditure (ESA 2010). Current and capital transactions, sectors, quarters.
Compensation of employees, employment; quarterly, National AccountsFigures
Compensation of employees, wages, jobs (by sex) , fte, hours worked quarterly, economic activity