Dataset

Construction; value added, index 2010=100 and changes, 2005-2017

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Data owner Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
Bijgewerkt 12/06/2021
License CC-BY (4.0)
Publicity level Public
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Description

The output indicator on construction reflects the volume development of the value added (basic prices) in the sector construction according to the Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic Activities 2008 (SIC 41, 42 and 43). Monthly figures of construction are made consistent with figures of Quarterly accounts when these are available. Monthly figures are also corrected for price changes. When the last month of a quarter is published, the second estimate of Quarterly accounts figures of the National accounts are not yet available. Therefore, figures of value added of construction in the table can differ from value added figures of National accounts. Subjects: Volume changes, compared to the same period of the previous year and volume index figures, base year 2010=100.

Data available from January 2005 - December 2017.

Status of the figures The figures on 2015-2017 are provisional, figures from preceding periods are definite.

Changes as of 2 July 2018: None, the table has been discontinued.

When will new figures be published? Not applicable anymore. This table has been replaced by a new table due to the five-yearly change of the base year. See paragraph 3.

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Naam: Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
Email: infoservice@cbs.nl

Webservice

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Webservice JSON CC-BY (4.0)

https://opendata.cbs.nl/ODataApi/OData/82574ENG

Volume changes in construction, compared to the same period of the previous year and volume index figures, 2010=100

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Webservice ATOM CC-BY (4.0)

https://opendata.cbs.nl/ODataFeed/OData/82574ENG

Volume changes in construction, compared to the same period of the previous year and volume index figures, 2010=100