Exogenous shocks - Brexit (chapter 5 Internationalisation Monitor)Publications
Trade in goods with the UK after Brexit: Truly tariff-free? brexit
Standard International Trade Classification (SITC 3)Other
The SITC is a UN classification that makes it possible to compare of foreign trade statistics internationally. The most detailed level of the SITC is the 5-digit classification.
Sale of new and/or used goods not produced by the seller to consumers (not professional users).
The type of agreement on which the delivery of goods is based. For instance: purchase/sale, return shipment.
The flow of goods from one country to another through Dutch territory which is owned by a foreign entity.
Exports of goods and services by origin; National AccountsFigures
Value at current prices and pricelevel 2015 in million euros, origin of exports SIC 2008, re-export, trade and transport margins
Country of origin (trade)Other
Country from which goods imported into the Netherlands were transported, or country which provides services in the Netherlands.
Country of destination (trade)Other
'The country to which goods are transported or in which services are provided, as known at the time of export.
Subsidies on productionOther
Subsidies related to the value and volume of the products produced or traded.
Dutch goods trade above pre-pandemic level in first half of 2021Articles
In the first six months of 2021, goods exports were up by 42 billion euros relative to one year previously. Goods imports increased by 35 billion euros.
Export value of goods (trade)Other
The value of all goods, including costs insurance freight (CIF) up to the Dutch border. The goods are domestically produced or imported.
International trade; Imports and exports of services 2014-2020Figures
Imports; exports; services broken down into various types of services Countries
Companies in all sectors except government, health care and welfare, renting of and trade in real estate and mineral extraction.
The selling price excluding trade and transport margins by third parties and the balance of product tax (including VAT) and product subsidies.
'SIC sections B-F, thus including: - Mineral extraction; - Manufacturing industry; - Production and distribution of and trade in electricity, natural gas, steam and water; - Construction industry.
Domestic consumption by householdsOther
All expenditure by households in the Netherlands, at trade, or directly at the producer plus the expenditure through non-profit institutions for households.
Purchase value of salesOther
The costs of raw materials and semi-manufactured goods, packaging materials, trading goods, wages for work hired for the production of the goods and services used in the production within the reporting...
The Dutch agricultural sector in an international context, 2022Publications
This publication describes developments in the Netherlands’ agricultural goods trade with the rest of the world, including both imports and exports and providing initial estimates for 2021.
Taxes on productsOther
Taxes payable per unit produced or traded. They are related to the value and volume of the product and apply to produced and imported products.
Public corporate organisationOther
Commodity board or trading organisation founded on the basis of the law on corporate organisation (Wet op de Bedrijfsorganisatie) and the Socio-economic council supervising them.
Organisation of employees with the aim to represent the collective and/or individual interests of its members in the face of employers and organisations influencing labour conditions.
Everything that is built and consists of walls and a roof, with a permanent character, intended for accommodation, trade, transport, and/or work. Not included are greenhouses and storage tanks.