BMI View: We believe that a number of variables are set to assist the GDP growth of Netherlands in 2016,
such as domestic demand bolstered by a recovery in the domestic housing market. Furthermore, German
economic prowess and strength will naturally benefit the Dutch ..."
BMI View: A confluence of factors are set to aid real GDP growth in the Netherlands in 2016, namely
domestic demand, bolstered by a fiscal stimulus package, and a sustained recovery in the housing market,
which provide upside risk to our freight forecasts. Net exports ..."
BMI View: We expect continued growth for the Dutch freight industry in 2016 and over the medium term.
Private consumption will be a key for economic growth amidst falling gas exports, supporting import
growth and thereby having a positive impact on all freight modes i ..."
BMI View: Over 2015, the Netherland's freight industry will post good growth, with rail freight seeing the
strongest growth. In particular rail and road freight will benefit from rising domestic consumption, growth
in Germany's economy and strong fuel demand across Eu ..."
BMI View: During the course of 2015, there will be a broadly similar level of performance growth across
the different freight modes in the Netherlands. The annual outperformer in growth terms is poised to be rail
freight (3.95%), while road freight brings up the rear ..."
Moderate Recovery In Prospect For 2015
BMI View: There will be something of a mixed bag in terms of the performance of the different freight
modes in the Netherlands in 2015. On the one hand, year-on-year (y-o-y) tonnage growth will be healthy in
the air freight ..."
The different freight modes in the Netherlands will see moderately accelerating growth rates in 2015
relative to the steady, if uninspiring growth experienced in 2014. Airfreight and rail freight cargo will lead
the way with volume growth around the 4% mark, while con ..."
The Dutch economy finally appeared to break out of recession during the third quarter of 2013, just as the
eurozone recovery has shown signs of faltering. With domestic demand hit by falling house prices and a
lack of appetite for fixed investment, the strength of glo ..."
A Return To Positive Growth Expected For 2014
Most indicators showed that the Dutch economy was still struggling in the second half of 2013, but we are
forecasting a recovery in 2014 based on an upturn in regional trade trends. GDP fell by 0.2% quarter-onquarter ..."
BMI View: Recovery Pushed Back To 2014
Since our last quarterly report we have become more pessimistic about the Netherlands' economic outlook
in 2013. While reassured over the new government's policy direction following its formation late in 2012,
we the see th ..."