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CPB World Trade Monitor April 2016

CPB World Trade Monitor April 2016

The volume of world trade rose 0.6% in April, having decreased 0.6% in March (initial estimate: -0.5%).

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Lessons learnt from seven years of stagnation in the Eurozone

Lessons learnt from seven years of stagnation in the Eurozone

Three lessons may be drawn...

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Forecasts June 2016

Continuing growth, low inflation

Short-term forecasts, up to and including 2017

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Recent publications

Long-term unemployment in the Netherlands

Long-term unemployment in the Netherlands

The number of long-term unemployed will decrease, automatically, as the economy recovers. For many of the older unemployed, however, economic growth offers no solution. In order to help them back into a job, labour market reform will be necessary.

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Brexit costs the Netherlands billions through reduced trade

Brexit costs the Netherlands billions through reduced trade

A possible withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union will affect the Netherlands more severely than other EU countries, because of the strong trade relations between the Netherlands and the UK. This is one of the conclusions.

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The effects of CBS revisions on CPB forecasts

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The effects of CBS revisions on CPB forecasts

Decentralization of social policy in the Netherlands

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Decentralization of social policy in the Netherlands

The effects of higher teacher pay on teacher retention

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The effects of higher teacher pay on teacher retention