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205 Dutch companies bankrupt by January 2023

205 Dutch companies bankrupt by January 2023

In the first month of 2023, 205 companies went bankrupt in the Netherlands. The number is much higher than in January 2022. Still, the pre-corona level is far from being reached. Indeed, in January 2020, 306 companies closed their doors for good.

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133 Dutch companies bankrupt in July 2022 

Last month, 133 companies went bankrupt in the Netherlands. This is what business data specialist Altares Dun & Bradstreet says after analysing the latest figures. These 133 bankruptcies are slightly more than one year earlier. In July 2021, 124 companies went 'out of business'.

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Sharp increase in Dutch bankruptcies May 2022 

After a decline in April, considerably more companies went bankrupt in the Netherlands in May. This is evident from the latest figures from business data specialist Altares Dun & Bradstreet. In May, 191 companies went bankrupt, 85 more than in the previous month (106). 

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Huge drop in bankruptcies in April 2022

Rotterdam, May 12, 2022 - Never since the beginning of the corona crisis have fewer companies gone bankrupt than in April 2022. Indeed, only 106 companies went bankrupt last month, 79 fewer than in March 2022.

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National trade catching up in first quarter 2022

Rotterdam, 3 May - National business-to-business trade continued to climb out of the coronadal in recent months. Compared to January 2020 (index: 100), the trade intensity at the end of March 2022 was 87.0, Read the entire research report here.

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185 Bankruptcies in March; possible start of upward trend

Rotterdam, 11 April 2022 - Last March, 185 companies went bankrupt in the Netherlands. This is evident from the latest figures presented today by business data expert Altares Dun & Bradstreet. Those 185 bankruptcies are 20 more than in February, when 165 companies stopped.

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156 Bankruptcies in February; slight increase in stagnating trend

Rotterdam, March 11 2022 - Last February, 156 companies went bankrupt in the Netherlands. This is evident from figures presented today by business data expert Altares Dun & Bradstreet. These 156 bankruptcies are 28 more than in January, when 128 companies went bankrupt. In February 2021 the number was also significantly lower. At that time, 129 companies went bankrupt.

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