11 percent more online purchases in first half of 2020Articles
In the first half of 2020, 71 percent of the Dutch population aged 12 years and over – around 10.7 million people – purchased something online.
Economic outlook slightly more negativeArticles
The economic situation according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer has become slightly more unfavourable in January.
Exports up by 2 percent in NovemberArticles
In November 2020, the total volume of goods exports was up by 2 percent year-on-year.
Coronavirus pandemic increases urgency of new data sources for CBSArticles
Society’s need to describe complex phenomena - such as the consequences of an economic crisis - is growing exponentially.
Dutch importers bore the cost of European import dutiesArticles
Over the past few years, the United States and the European Union have imposed import tariffs on parts of each other’s exports in several rounds, most recently last month. The additional EU import tariffs on various US products in 2018 were borne fully by Dutch importers.
Fewer bankruptcies in 2020Articles
The total number of businesses and institutions (excluding sole proprietorships) filing for bankruptcy in 2020 stood at 2,703, the lowest level in 20 years.
Employed labour force; economic activity (SIC 2008)Figures
Employed labour force Sex, characteristics, economic activities SIC 2008
Where can I find district and neighbourhood data?Other
This table (Dutch only) shows all kind of information at district and neighbourhood level.
Retail turnover almost 10 percent up in NovemberArticles
In November 2020 the Dutch retail sector recorded 9.6 percent year-on-year turnover growth.
32 bankruptcies in week 52Articles
In week 52, 32 companies and institutions including sole proprietorships were declared bankrupt.
The year of coronavirusArticles
2020 was the year of coronavirus. To what extent was 2020 different from 2019?
Economic outlook again less negativeArticles
The economic situation according to the CBS Business Cycle Tracer has become again less unfavourable in December.
Economic growth of 7.8 percent in Q3 2020Articles
According to the second estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), gross domestic product (GDP) declined by 7.8 percent in Q3 2020 relative to Q2 2020.
47 bankruptcies in week 51Articles
In week 51, 47 companies and institutions including sole proprietorships were declared bankrupt.
Fixed capital formation by industry, SIC2008, region; national accountsFigures
Fixed capital formation by industry (SIC 2008) SIC 2008, Region
Household spending 6.5 percent down in OctoberArticles
Consumers spent 6.5 percent less in October 2020 than in the same month last year.
Eurostat launches dashboard with COVID-related indicatorsArticles
Today, Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, has launched a new dashboard related to the COVID-19 crisis in the different EU member states.
41 bankruptcies in week 50Articles
In week 50, 41 companies and institutions including sole proprietorships were declared bankrupt.
Internationalisation Monitor 2020, fourth quarterPublications
This Internationalisation Monitor focuses on the trade relation between the EU and the US, the effects of importtariffs on importers and exporters as well as the effect of the CETA-treaty for Dutch international traders.
International trade in goods statisticsOther
These figures provide an overview of the Netherlands’ goods trade with other countries. They are of great importance for determining gross domestic product (GDP).
Energy balance sheet; supply and consumption, sectorFigures
Supply, consumption, energy transformation Energy commodities, sector
Service exports down by 11 percent in Q3Articles
In Q3 2020, Dutch service exports amounted to 55.6 billion euros. This is 11 percent less than in the same quarter last year.
Exports to Poland generate over 5 billion eurosArticles
In the first three quarters of 2020, exports to Poland grew by 4 percent relative to one year previously.
Exports up by over 4 percent in OctoberArticles
In October 2020, the total volume of goods exports was up by 4.1 percent year-on-year.