Press releases

December 11, 2014

Low euro exchange rate and oil price contribute to recovery

Economic growth is projected to increase next year to 1½% GDP (gross domestic product).

October 31, 2014

Tax treaty shopping beneficial

Multinational enterprises are able to reduce their international corporate tax burden with 6 percent by routing their investments through third countries, the so-called "treaty shopping".

October 21, 2014

Structural budget balance indicator: improvements required

The widely used structural budget balance indicator has proven to be an imperfect measure of fiscal policy effort of member countries.

September 16, 2014

CPB: economic recovery remains fragile, purchasing power is increasing

The Dutch economy is projected to grow, both this year and the next, by ¾% and 1¼%, respectively. Purchasing power will increase this year by 1½% and next year by ½%.

August 14, 2014

Updated CPB forecast 2014-2015

Update of the macroeconomic CPB projections, for the finalisation of the decision-making process around the national budget for 2015

June 19, 2014

CPB publishes book about the possibilities of economic recovery

The Dutch economy will be able to return to pre-recession growth levels within a decade.

June 16, 2014

Careful continuation of Dutch economic recovery

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.

June 12, 2014

CPB: Personal data market could do better

More freedom of choice for citizens and businesses about the use of personal data would stimulate the innovative use of such data and give people more room to determine their desired level of privacy.

March 18, 2014

CPB: Slight economic recovery

The Dutch economy is slowly on the path to recovery, in the slipstream of the euro zone, with a projected ¾% this year and 1¼ % for 2015.

March 4, 2014

CPB: Slight economic recovery and EMU balance under 3 per cent

The Dutch economy is slowly on the path to recovery, in the slipstream of the euro zone, with a projected growth of ¾% this year and 1¼% for 2015.