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CPB's short-term forecasts June 2017

The lights are green for the economy of the Netherlands; it is growing and employment is increasing, leading to a decrease in unemployment to 4.7%. The government budget will result in a surplus, for both 2017 and 2018 . Wage and price developments, however, are expected to lag behind.

Short-term forecast | 14 June 2017

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CPBs short-term forecasts March 2017

The Dutch economy is showing a robust level of growth. CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis calculated a growth of 2.1% for this year and 1.8% for 2018. The Dutch economy is showing a robust level of growth. CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis calculated a growth of 2.1% for this year and 1.8% for 2018.

Short-term forecast | 24 March 2017

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CPBs short-term forecasts December 2016

Economic growth will continue. For both this year and 2017, GDP is projected to grow by 2.1%. Next year, unemployment will decrease to 5.3% and the government budget will be balanced. Purchasing power will increase by 0.7%.

Short-term forecast | 13 December 2016

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CPB's short-term forecasts June 2014

The Dutch economy is projected to grow by ¾% this year, and a slight increase in GDP growth up to 1¼% is projected for next year. Inflation will be low in both years.

Short-term forecast | 16 June 2014

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CPBs short-term forecasts December 2013

A slow climb out of recession is projected for the Dutch economy, with a ½% growth next year. Recovery of the labour market will take a little longer, with unemployment projected to increase to 7½% in 2014.

Short-term forecast | 17 December 2013

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CPBs short-term forecasts June 2013

The Dutch economy this year is projected to fall by 1%. For next year, a slight recovery is projected, leading to a 1% increase in GDP. The budget deficit by 2014 is expected to be 3.7%.

Short-term forecast | 13 June 2013

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CPBs short-term forecasts December 2012

In 2013, GDP is expected to decline by ½ percent, while the unemployment level increases to 6 percent of the labour force. The budget deficit goes down to 3.3% in 2013.

Short-term forecast | 19 December 2012

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