Economy in Q1 2022 the same size as in the previous quarterArticles
According to the first quarterly estimate , gross domestic product (GDP) remained virtually unchanged in Q1 2022 relative to the previous quarter.
Service imports back at pre-pandemic levelArticles
In the first three months of 2022, the Netherlands imported 53.4 billion euros worth of services. This is over 20 percent more than in the previous year.
121 million euros paid in duties on imports from the UKArticles
In the first eight months since the UK's departure from the European single market, a total of 121 million euros was paid in import duties on Dutch imports from the UK.
Fund recognised by law in which money is gathered for the insurance of pensions and any other early retirement schemes for people who work or worked in a profession, trade, enterprise, or branch of industry.
International trade; Dutch export specialisation with respect to the EUFigures
Balassa index, share in total exports, exports of Dutch products and re-exports broken down by the Chapters of the Harmonised System.
Fewer goods, more services to the UK in 2021Articles
In 2021, Dutch goods exports to the United Kingdom amounted to 40.5 billion euros.
Economic importance of domestic exports has declinedArticles
In 2020, the Netherlands’ earnings from domestic exports accounted for 15.0 percent of GDP.
France imports 47.4 bn euros in goods from the NetherlandsArticles
In 2021, bilateral goods trade with France comprised exports worth 47.4 billion euros and imports worth 18.7 billion euros.
International service trade below pre-pandemic levelArticles
In the first nine months of 2021, exports of services were 1.2 percent up on one year previously and stood at 146.3 billion euros. Imports of services stood at 141.6 billion euros, representing a year-on-year...
Almost 3.5 bn euros in goods exported to the Baltic statesArticles
In 2021, the Netherlands exported nearly 3.5 billion euros in goods to the countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. This means the volume of exports to the Baltic region is roughly half that of exports...
Sector non-profit institutions serving householdsOther
The institutional sector of the economy consists of foundations and clubs whose resources are principally derived from voluntary contributions from households and from property income. Examples are religious...
Real estate fundOther
An enterprise quoted on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange over half of whose fixed capital and finance is invested in real estate and which generates over half of its turnover from the development, operation...
Economic growth of 0.9 percent in Q4 2021Articles
Gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.9 percent in Q4 2021 relative to the previous quarter.
Import value of goods (trade)Other
The value of all goods brought into the Dutch economy for consumption. This is the case when import duties and national taxes have been paid. For imports from EU countries this is the value of the goods...
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.
Goods imports from the UK up by 14 percentArticles
In the first half of 2021, the import value of Dutch goods trade with the United Kingdom amounted to 11.3 billion euros.
Fewer food products crossing the ChannelArticles
In the period January-August 2021, fresh food exports to the UK declined in value by 193 million euros year-on-year.
Economic growth of 3.1 percent in Q2 2021Articles
The gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 3.1 percent in Q2 2021 relative to the previous quarter.
Service exports to Germany down in first half of 2021Articles
The value of service exports to Germany stood at 11.1 bn euros in H1 2021, 7 percent lower than in H1 2020.
Internationalisation Monitor 2021, third quarter – Non-tariff measuresPublications
In this Monitor, we offer insight into what NTMs mean in general and to Dutch trade in particular; the effects of NTMs on product quality and costs, and the extent to which NTM-related costs affect the...
Labour productivity lower in 2020Articles
The COVID-19 outbreak had a major impact on the Dutch economy and labour productivity in 2020. The market sector saw its productivity decrease by 1.8 percent year-on-year, by far the most drastic drop...
Turnover up in car and motorcycle sector, despite shortagesArticles
In Q1 2022, turnover in the Dutch motor vehicle and motorcycle sector rose by 21.5 percent year on year. This was partly due to price increases implemented in recent months, as well as to the popularity...
11 percent fewer goods imported from AfricaArticles
In 2020, Dutch imports from Africa amounted to 10.9 billion euros.