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 | 16‑06‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 1.5 MB)
The main forecasts are the Central Economic Plan (CEP), published every spring, and the Macro Economic Outlook (MEV), which is published jointly with the Annual Budget at the Opening of the Parliamentary Year in September. Short updates are published in June and December.
Table Main Economic Indicators 2012-2015 for the upcoming Central Economic Plan 2014 (to be published on 18 March).
Short-term forecast | 4‑03‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 1.5 MB)
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 | 17‑12‑2013 | Download (PDF document, 1.7 MB)
Preliminary table Main Economic Indicators 2011-2014 for the Macro Economic Outlook 2014.
Short-term forecast | 14‑08‑2013 | Download (PDF document, 131.4 KB)
Table Main Economic Indicators 2011-2014 for the upcoming Central Economic Plan 2013.
Short-term forecast | 28‑02‑2013 | Download (PDF document, 2.8 MB)