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Dutch inflation rate stable at 1 percent

Statistics Netherlands reports that Dutch inflation according to the consumer price index (CPI) was 1.0 percent in July, just as in June.

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Private sector invariably positive

At the beginning of the second quarter, business confidence in the Dutch private sector is at the same level as in the first quarter. Over the past six quarters, the mood has been positive.

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Inflation rises for third month in a row

According to the most recent figures from Statistics Netherlands, Dutch inflation in terms of the consumer price index (CPI) rose to 0.6 percent in April.

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substantial rise in hotel guests in 2014

Establishments providing overnight accommodation in the Netherlands received considerably more guests in 2014 than in the previous year. Just over half came from Germany, the United Kingdom and...

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more and more underage children live with one parent

Nearly 15 percent of all underage children in the Netherlands lived in a one-parent family in 2014. Families within which children grow up have changed in the last fifteen years. More 0-17-year-olds...

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three in ten companies use paid cloud services

In June 2014, 28 percent of companies in the Netherlands used IT services via the internet (cloud services). These are paid services such as software, computing, and storage capacity via the...

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Inflation edges up to 1.1 percent

The inflation rate climbed to 1.1 percent in October.

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inflation falls slightly

According to figures released today Dutch inflation fell to 1 percent in November, from 1.1 percent in October.

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Health care consumption varies by education level

Generally, lower educated persons more often receive health care services than higher educated people. Factors like age, gender, state of health and income partially account for the differences...

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Longer life, but more years with a physical disability

Although Dutch people are living to older ages, they are no longer doing so in perfect health. The number of years they have to cope with a physical disability is increasing. These are mostly minor...

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Inflation marginally up

The inflation rate over June 2014 was 0.9 percent, i.e. marginally higher than in May.

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Share corporate sector in national income up, share households down

After 2000, the share of the corporate sector in the national income has increased, but the share of households has decreased as research conducted by Statistics Netherlands shows. This is partly the...

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Residential property rents 9 percent up since introduction new rent policy

Residential property rents were raised by an average of 4.4 percent in July 2014. High-income tenants living in dwellings intended to provide affordable housing for low-income households faced the...

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Number of crime victims stable

In 2013, one in five residents aged 15 years and older indicated they had been victims of common crime (violent crimes, crimes against property and vandalism) during the past year. The proportion was...

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Modest growth for exports

The volume of exports of goods was 2.0 percent up in April 2014 from April 2013. The growth was slightly more substantial than in the preceding months, when the relatively mild weather conditions...

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Economic situation more or less stable

According to Statistics Netherlands’ Business Cycle Tracer, the economic situation at the end of May was about the same as at the end of April. The economic situation is still fragile, the...

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Half of Dutch adults will be over 50 in 2019

2019 will be the first year in which half the Dutch adult population will be older than 50 years. In many Dutch municipalities more than half of the population are already over 50.

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Many more defaulters, slightly fewer uninsured in 2007

240 thousand people had not paid for their medical insurance at the end of 2007, 26 percent more than at the end of 2006.

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Slower increase in care spending

Spending on health care and welfare in the Netherlands amounted to 61.5 billion euro in 2005. This is 2.8 percent more than in 2004.

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International trade up in September

The volume of goods imports into the Netherlands was 7 percent higher in September 2005 than in September 2004. The volume of exports was 5 percent higher than twelve months previously.

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Potential labour force in decline

After continuous growth over the past century, the potential labour force is about to decline. On 1 January 2007, there were 10 million Dutch residents in the 20–65 age bracket.

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Job growth still high, but slowing down

There were 7.8 million paid jobs in the Netherlands in the fourth quarter of 2007. This is an increase by 170 thousand relative to one year previously.

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Number of vacancies stabilising

The number of unfilled vacancies has stabilised in the third quarter of 2009.

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Almost 200 billion euro in Dutch savings accounts

The savings of private individuals reached almost 200 billion euro in 2004. People put almost 11 billion euro more into their savings accounts than they took out. Outstanding debt on consumer credit...

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