Retail turnover almost 1 percent up in MayArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 0.7 percent year-on-year turnover growth.
Fewer deaths in the last week of DecemberArticles
In the last week of December 2021 (week 52), the estimated number of deaths stood at slightly under 3,500
2.5 thousand COVID-19 deaths in FebruaryArticles
In February 2021, altogether 2,504 people died of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Mortality in week 19 slightly lowerArticles
In week 19 (10 to 16 May 2021 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 2,950.
Mortality further down in week 1Articles
In the first week of January (week 1: 3 to 9 January 2022 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,450.
Education; education expenditure and CBS/OECD indicatorsFigures
Education expenditure and (inter)national indicators. Government, households, companies, foreign, per education sector, % GDP.
Household consumption over 11 percent up in MarchArticles
Consumers spent 11.2 percent more in March 2022 compared to March one year previously.
European countries working together on big dataOther
On 23 and 24 February the first ESSnet Big Data Dissemination Workshop took place in Sofia
Household consumption almost 14 percent up in FebruaryArticles
Consumers spent 13.8 percent more in February 2022 compared to February one year previously.
3.9 thousand COVID-19 deaths in December 2020Articles
In December 2020, altogether 3,904 people died of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Retail turnover almost 17 percent up in FebruaryArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 16.5 percent year-on-year turnover growth. The volume of sales went up by 12 percent.
953 COVID-19 deaths in third quarter of 2021Articles
In Q3 2021, altogether 953 people died due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), i.e. 2.5 percent of all deaths in that period.
Household consumption over 11 percent up in JanuaryArticles
In January 2022, Dutch household consumption was 11.1 percent up on January 2021.
Retail turnover over 5 percent up in NovemberArticles
In November, the Dutch retail sector recorded 5.2 percent year-on-year turnover growth.
Nearly 1,100 more deaths than expected in last week of NovemberArticles
The estimated number of deaths in the last week of November (week 47, i.e. 22 to 28 November inclusive) stands at nearly 4,100.
PhD student investigates causes of premature birthArticles
On 18 January 2022, Eduardo Villamor Martinez obtained his PhD cum laude from Maastricht University.
How many people are key workers in the Netherlands?Other
Schools and childcare centres in the Netherlands have been closed as a measure against the spread of coronavirus. Parents and guardians who work in crucial sectors can rely on arranged childcare so they...
Retail turnover almost 7 percent up in OctoberArticles
In October, the Dutch retail sector recorded 6.6 percent year-on-year turnover growth.
Household consumption 8.7 percent up in NovemberArticles
Consumers spent 8.7 percent more in November 2021 than one year previously.
Household consumption 4.5 percent up in DecemberArticles
Consumers spent 4.5 percent more in December 2021 than one year previously, but 7.7 percent less than in December 2019.
Mortality in week 17 higher than expectedArticles
In week 17 (26 April to 2 May 2021 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,150.
Household consumption 8.5 percent up in OctoberArticles
Consumers spent 8.5 percent more in October 2021 than in October 2020.
Sector accounts; seasonally adjusted data, National AccountsFigures
Transactions and balancing items of economic sectors Non seasonally adjusted and seasonally adjusted figures
Excess mortality among people under 80 in week 15Articles
In week 15 (12 to 18 April inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at slightly less than 3,200.