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In this edition of the Internationalisation Monitor we provide more insight into international trade in services: how did it develop in the past years, and what is the role of services in the Dutch production of goods and services and the export thereof? What factors can hinder trade in services, and to what extent do firms come across barriers when they want to start exporting services or want to expand their exports?

The Internationalisation Monitor describes trends in internationalisation and their consequences for the Dutch economy and society. It is a quarterly publication as part of CBS’ Globalisation development and publication programme, which is commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The aim of the research programme on Globalisation is to arrive at new insights in the field of globalisation in order to contribute to practices, policymaking and science. At the core of this approach is the integration of a wide range of sources and already available microdata, combined with the application of advanced statistical methods such as I/O analysis. The ensuing results, i.e. newly developed statistics and accompanying analyses, are published in the Internationalisation Monitor.

Source of original article: Statistics Netherlands (CBS) (www.cbs.nl).
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