Statistics Netherlands announced today that consumer confidence decreased with 1 point in September, amounting to -7.
Statistics Netherlands announced today that the number of unemployed people has decreased for the fourth month in a row.
The number of children attending public school is shrinking rapidly. In 2012 there were one and a half million children attending public school, in 2025 there are 100 thousand less - a decrease of 7 percent.
The purchasing power of the Dutch population decreased by 1.1 percent in 2013, Statistics Netherlands announced today.
The confidence of entrepreneurs in the industry has deteriorated in August, Statistics Netherlands announced today. The indicator of producer confidence fell 1.2 points.
A report done by Statistics Netherlands has found that, according to parents and guardians, almost 3 percent of children between the ages of 4 and 12 years suffer from autism or a related disorder, like Aspergers syndrome or PDD-NOS.
Prices for existing houses in July were 1.9 percent higher than July 2013.
The number of unemployed has fallen for the third month in a row, the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) announced today.
Dutch use of renewable energy sources made up 4.5 percent of the energy market in 2013, according to figures released this week by Statistics Netherlands (CBS)
Businesses across the Dutch landscape invested 4.3 percent in tangible assets during March 2014 compared to a year earlier. T
The chance that a Dutch mother dies during pregnancy or childbirth has dropped by 58 percent since 2000. This comes from the report State of the World Mothers 2014 from children's rights organization Save the Children.
Statistics, published by Statistics Netherlands, Friday, show a substantial increase in the number of people who had to apply for social security benefits in 2013. The increase was the largest since 2009, with 413,000 recipients by the end of December 2013.
The number of cancer diagnosis in the Netherlands in 2013 (101,500) remained almost the same as the year before (100,800), according to a preliminary estimate of the Integral Cancer Center Netherlands (IKNL), based on data from the Dutch Cancer Registration (NKR).
Compared to late 2012, when the Dutch economy was still in a deep recession, the economy had entered a recovery stage by the end of 2013, according to the Business Cycle Tracer (BCT), published by Statistics Netherlands.
Latest figures by Statistics Netherlands show that there were 91,000 unfilled vacancies at the end of June, the lowest number in ten years.
The setbacks in the trade sector will persist as the car and motorcycle trade in the Netherlands are expected to decline in the second quarter.