Retail turnover 5.5 percent up in JulyArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 5.5 percent year-on-year turnover growth. The volume of sales, however, went down by 1.5 percent.
Bankruptcies; enterprises, SIC 2008Figures
Pronounced bankruptcies Type of bankruptcy, sector/branches (SIC 2008)
Business Survey Netherlands; key figuresFigures
Developments, expectations and assesments of businesses Sector/branches
Asylum influx up in 2021, mainly in second halfArticles
In 2021, nearly 25 thousand people submitted a first application for asylum in the Netherlands.
Consumers in May almost as negative as in AprilArticles
Dutch consumers have never been gloomier than this month.
Energy balance sheet; supply and consumption, sectorFigures
Supply, consumption, energy transformation Energy commodities, sector
Business survey Netherlands; quarterly, to regionsFigures
Developments, expectations and opinions of businesses Sector/Branches, Regions
Business survey Netherlands, quarterly, seasonally adjustedFigures
Business Survey Netherlands, production, turnover, profitability Economic climate, workforce, sector/branches, seasonally adjusted
Imports from Ukraine exceeded €2 bn for the first time in 2021Articles
In 2021, the Netherlands imported more than 2 billion euros worth of goods from Ukraine.
Dutch Trade in Facts and Figures, 2021Publications
This publication contains information on internationalisation in the Netherlands. Exports and imports of goods and services, export earnings, value chains, multinationals and investment are covered extensively.
Vacancies (new and filled); government and educationFigures
Vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies eight government sectors
Supplementary Benefits Act (TW)Other
The Supplementary Benefits Act tops up benefits under ZW, WW, WAZ, and Wajong provisions (for sickness and disability) to the guaranteed income level. The law came into force on 1 January 1987 and replaces...
Over 10 million air passengers in Q1 2022Articles
In Q1 2022, the five major airports of the Netherlands handled altogether 10.1 million passengers. This is almost five times as many as in Q1 2021.
Government Production and Consumption; transactions, sectorsFigures
Government production and consumption (resources, uses, balancing items) Output resources, production costs, and government sectors
Business survey Netherlands; quarterly, to size classesFigures
Developments, expectations and opinions of businesses Sector/Branches, size classes
Vacancies;SIC 2008;private sectorFigures
Unfilled vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies by economic activities (SIC 2008), private firms
Gross fixed capital formation by type and by sector; National AccountsFigures
Gross fixed capital formation by type of capital good on owner basis Institutional sectors
Retail turnover nearly half a percent up in JuneArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 0.4 percent year-on-year turnover growth in June.
Vacancies, online observation (occupational classification)Other
The publication of job vacancy figures in the Netherlands, broken down by occupational class and occupational segment, in accordance with the Dutch Standard Classification of Occupations ROA-CBS 2014 (BRC...
Vacancies; SIC 2008; private firms and government sectorsFigures
Unfilled vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies by economic activities (SIC 2008), including government
Emissions of greenhouse gases according to IPCC guide-lines, quarterFigures
Emissions of greenhouse gases, IPCC Climate sector, quarter
Retail turnover almost 1 percent up in MayArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 0.7 percent year-on-year turnover growth.
Investments in tangible fixed assets; business sector, regionsFigures
Investments; tangible fixed assets,means of production, enterprises Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008), regions