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butterfly populations showing signs of tentative recovery

Slightly more butterfly species have increased in number since 2006 than decreased: 20 versus 11. Growing populations include various endangered species. Two factors affect the butterfly populations...

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Trade with Iran picked up before embargo ended

The value of Dutch exports of goods to Iran exceeded 450 million euros in 2015, an increase by 21 percent within twelve months. Exporters were faced with trade restrictions in recent years. As a...

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Birth rate declining

In the first nine months of 2015, fewer babies were born than in the same period last year. After a brief rise in 2014, the birth rate is falling again.

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Psychological complaints in girls and older women

In 2014, more than 1 in 10 Dutch people aged 12 or up suffered from psychological complaints. Women had more mental health problems than men. In particular girls between 16 and 20 and older women...

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Retail turnover down in August

Statistics Netherlands reports today that retail turnover was 1.4 percent down in August 2015 from the same month last year. The decline is partly due to the fact that the shopping-day pattern was...

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House Price Index; existing own homes; 2010=100 1995-2017

Price indices, number sold, changes and average purchase prices of existing own homes in the Netherlands.

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Retail turnover down in May

In May 2015 retail turnover was 1.3 percent down from the same month last year. The volume of sales shrank by 0.4 percent, retail prices were 0.9 percent down. The less favourable shopping-day...

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Few strike days in 2014

There were 25 strike actions in the Netherlands last year; 10 thousand employees were involved and altogether 41 thousand working days were lost. The number of labour disputes last year was just...

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Retail turnover up in April

Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reported today that retail turnover grew faster in April 2015 than in the same month last year. The volume of retail sales increased for the fifth month in a row (by 2.6...

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Inflation down on Bonaire, but up on Saba and St Eustatius

According to figures released by Statistics Netherlands today, inflation on Bonaire was 1.5 percent in the third quarter of 2014. This is lower than the 2.2 percent measured in the second quarter....

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More two-income couples with one full-time job and one large part-time job

More and more women, in particular the youngest generations, participate on the labour market. As a result of this development, the distribution of working hours between partners has also changed....

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Exports Dutch products to EU countries further down

The export of products manufactured in the Netherlands to EU countries is falling into decline. The importance of the EU in total exports of goods is also diminishing, but from an international point...

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Loss of jobs substantial

In the second quarter of this year, the number of jobs of employees declined by 72 thousand relative to the second quarter of 2008.

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Business administration and management most popular higher education disciplines

These are a few of the main conclusions of the annual education report Jaarboek onderwijs in cijfers 2012.

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Fewer traffic deaths in 2012

Last year, 650 people died in traffic accidents in the Netherlands, i.e. 11 fewer than in 2011. The number of traffic fatalities has dropped by 19.9 percent relative to 2006. The traffic death toll...

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Inflation down, rent increase historically low

Dutch inflation was down to 1.5 percent in July 2007.

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Dutch economic growth reaches 2.1 percent

The Dutch economy grew by 2.1 percent in the second quarter of 2010 relative to the same quarter in 2009.

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Ageing population pushes up spending on state pensions

According to figures published by Statistics Netherlands today, spending on state old-age pensions has risen by nearly a quarter since 2008, to 32.7 billion euros in 2013. By the end of 2013, over...

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nearly all Dutch provinces affected by recession

The latest figures released today by Statistics Netherlands (CBS) show that nearly all Dutch provinces were affected by the economic recession in 2013.

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