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June 19, 2019

Forecast June 2019

The Dutch economic growth rate is slowing down due to the ill wind blowing from abroad. Export growth is declining. The waning growth in production has had remarkably little impact on the labour market, which remains...

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June 12, 2019

Income differences across migrant groups

On average, migrant children in the Netherlands end up lower in the income distribution compared to native children, even if their parents have equal incomes.

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March 21, 2019

Forecast March 2019 (CEP 2019)

The high growth rate of the Dutch economy is over.

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March 5, 2019

Preliminary Forecast March 2019 (cCEP 2019)

The high growth rate of the Dutch economy is over.

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December 19, 2018

Forecast December 2018

Economy is running well, peak is over; International risks remain large.

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September 18, 2018

Forecast September 2018 (MEV 2019)

The Dutch economy continues to flourish, with growth figures of 2.8% this year and 2.6% in 2019.

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June 19, 2018

Forecast June 2018

The positive economic development in the Netherlands is continuing. The slight setback during the first quarter is expected to be only temporary, although the period of peak economic growth is probably behind us....

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March 22, 2018

Forecast March 2018 (CEP 2018)

The Dutch economy is gathering steam. The economic boom is the result of a favourable international economy, low interest rates, expansive budgetary policy and a persistently strong housing market. These last two factors distinguish the Netherlands from other countries.

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March 6, 2018

Forecast Central Economic Plan 2018

The Dutch economy is gathering steam. The economic boom is the result of a favourable international economy, low interest rates, expansive budgetary policy and a persistently strong housing market. These last two factors distinguish the Netherlands from other countries. Positive domestic dynamics between increasing employment, higher disposable income levels, higher consumption and more investments will lead to a 3.2% economic growth in 2018 and 2.7% in 2019. Over the 2017–2019 period, the Dutch economy is projected to outperform that of the eurozone by 0.6 percentage points, in each of those years. 

March 6, 2018

Preliminary Forecast March 2018 (cCEP 2018)

The Dutch economy is gathering steam. With growth figures of 3.2% (this year) and 2.7% (in 2019), the Dutch economy will outperform the eurozone by on average 0.6 percentage point, per year....

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