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1 Report The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report 1.0 Jan Walschots

2 CBS Den Haag Henri Faasdreef JP The Hague P.O. Box HA The Hague project number 12 February 2015 remarks

3 Index 1. Introduction 4 2. Recommendations on the use of CPI series 5 3. Motivation for the changes 6 4. The 2016 revisions Reference year 2015= Introduction of ECOICOP Publication in practice Insurance services Institutional population Differences between CPI and HICP Target population Coverage Price definition Classification Annex: ECOICOP-classification 14 The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report 1.0 3

4 1. Introduction In 2016 there will be some changes in the calculation and publication of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the European Harmonised Index of Consumer prices (HICP). Three things will change: - The most visible change is a re-referencing of the index from 2006=100 to 2015= A new classification of goods and service at the lowest level is important for users of detailed index data. - There are some changes in the CPI methods, in particular in the treatment of insurances and the treatment of consumption expenditures by institutional households. In chapter 2 we will describe which CPI results will be published each month from 2016 and which new figures on earlier years will become available. Results that were published earlier on the basis of 2006=100 will remain available, but not be supplemented with new data. Also an advice is given on the use of the old and new series for indexation purposes. In chapter 3 we describe the considerations for the methodological changes. An important aspect is the wish to correspond with international definitions and methods of the HICP. Some of the differences between CPI and HICP will disappear in We will also indicate why the CPI will not yet be fully made in line with the international definitions. In chapter 4 the methodological changes will be further elaborated and explained. After that in chapter 5 the remaining differences between CPI and HICP will be summarized. In an annex the old and new classifications of goods and services in CPI and HICP will be compared. Note: This version of the report gives the information that is already available at the moment of publication. The changes will actually take place on 11 February 2016, the date of publication of January 2016 results. Until then this report may be extended or revised one or several times if needed. The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report 1.0 4

5 2. Recommendations on the use of CPI series The new CPI series on the basis 2015=100 will become available from February The present series 2006=100 will be stopped as of the reporting month December 2015, but the results will remain available to users. The 2015=100 series may in some cases give results on index development that differ from the results that were published earlier on the basis of 2006=100. When a choice must be made on the use of the new or the old series CBS recommends the following: - If a contract is adjusted on the basis of CPI developments over a period ending in the year 2015 or earlier, the use of price developments as calculated in the 2006=100 series is recommended. - If a contract is be adjusted on the basis of CPI developments over a period ending in the January 2016 or later, the use of price developments as calculated in the 2015=100 series is recommended. Example: - A contract is adjusted on the basis of price developments according to the CPI between October 2014 and October You are recommended to use the results from the 2006=100 series. - A contract is adjusted on the basis of price developments according to the CPI between the years 2014 and You are recommended to use the results from the 2006=100 series. - A contract is adjusted on the basis of price developments according to the CPI between May 2015 and May You are recommended to use the results from the 2015=100 series. The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report 1.0 5

6 3. Motivation for the changes The CPI measures the price development of private households expenditures. The CPI is an important and most frequently used measure of inflation in the Netherlands. It has many uses, like for making social policies, for monetary policies, for the calculation of purchasing power developments and for the indexation of contracts and tariffs. Next to the CPI according to national definitions the HICP has been calculated since The HICP is made according to European regulations and using harmonised definitions in all member states of the European Union. For the European Central Bank (ECB) the HICP is the core measure of inflation in the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). In the years since 1996 the HICP developed steadily, both with respect to the harmonization of used methods and with respect to output. New developments for the HICP usually are also applied in the CPI. A major difference until now is that the HICP is produced at a less detailed level than the CPI. This will change with the introduction of a more detailed classification of goods and services for household consumption in the HICP (ECOICOP). This introduction is planned to take place in At the time of introduction of ECOICOP the reference year of the HICP will be shifted to 2015=100. At the time of introduction of ECOICOP in the HICP, more or less the same classification will be introduced in the national CPI. This will increase the level of detail for the CPI, it will give better international comparability and it enhances the efficiency of the production process. The CPI will also be re-referenced to 2015=100. In general CBS policy is to use international definitions and methodology also for national statistics. CBS will deviate only from international definitions if there are good reasons to do so. CBS has considered the possibility to bring the CPI fully into line with the HICP, but decided not to do so in The main reason is that the treatment of owner occupied housing in the HICP is still under international discussion. Until now no generally accepted method has been determined for inclusion of the price of living in the households own house in the HICP, and therefore this part of consumption was excluded from the coverage of the HICP. Owner occupied housing is included in the national CPI using a rental equivalence method. By now Eurostat and the member states have developed a separate index for the price of owner occupied housing. First results were sent to Eurostat and these will be analysed in the near future. In 2018 at the latest Eurostat will report on the usefulness of this index for the HICP. CBS expects that after then a final decision will be taken on whether to include owner occupied housing in the HICP. Awaiting this decision CBS has investigated which of the actual differences between CPI and HICP may disappear already by The choices will be elaborated in the next chapter. 1 The formal decision of the introduction will be laid down in a Regulation that is still under discussion in the European Parliament. Until the legal process has finished some reservations are needed. The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report 1.0 6

7 4. The 2016 revisions In 2016 the following revisions will be implemented in the HICP and CPI: - The reference years 2005=100 for the HICP and 2006=100 for the CPI will be set at 2015=100, - The classification of consumption expenditures COICOP-HICP will be replaced by the more detailed ECOICOP, - The actual classification of consumer expenditures in the CPI will be replaced by a new one, which equals ECOICOP to the extent possible, - The treatment of insurance services in CPI will be made equal to the HICP treatment, - Private expenditures by members of institutional households will be included in the coverage of the CPI. They are already covered by the HICP. In the next sections these revisions will be elaborated. 4.1 Reference year 2015=100 The reference year for all indices will be set at 2015=100 and all index series will be rescaled to 2015=100. This is a matter of calculus: the outcomes of all existing series will be multiplied by 100 and divided by the average index value in The other revisions, especially the introduction of ECOICOP may lead to a number of practical complications. Outcomes for years before 2015 will be recalculated using the new classification as far as possible to make long time series available. In the past the index reference year usually equalled the year for which the consumption basket and weights had been determined. Starting from 2006 the consumption basket and weights are determined annually in the basis of estimated consumption levels in the preceding year. Using a chaining mechanism short series covering 12 months are linked together in order to construct long series. The index reference year indicates the year for which the index equals 100. This means that price indices in 2014 are based on the estimated consumption basket in 2013, but prices are compared with a price level in the year 2006, which is set at 100. The most important aim of index numbers is to compare two index numbers in different periods and measure the price change in the intermediate period. As both index numbers have been rescaled by the same factor there should be no impact on monthly or annual inflation rates. As published index numbers are rounded at two decimal places there are cases where the rescaling could lead to small changes of the calculated rates. However, official inflation figures concerning 2015 and earlier years are not revised. The official series is always based on the index series that is in use at the time of first publication concerning a certain reporting period. Inflation figures on 2015 and a number of earlier years will remain to be based on the 2006=100 series. The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report 1.0 7

8 4.2 Introduction of ECOICOP Consumer price index numbers are based all over the world on a classification of goods and services adopted by the United Nations: Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP-UN). COICOP-UN has a 4-digits level subdivision. Many countries have in the past created a further subdivision of COICOP-UN for national use. These national classifications are almost all different, and the more detailed results are therefore difficult to compare across countries. The HICP is classified according to COICOP-HICP. This is a version of COICOP-UN adjusted to the needs of the HICP and it also has four digits. The Dutch national CPI 2006=100 makes use of an adjusted and more detailed 5-digits classification, based on COICOP-UN. In 2016 ECOICOP will be introduced (European Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose), which has a 5-digits subdivision. The new classification is presented in Annex 1. ECOICOP differs from COICOP-HICP only by the further 5 th digit level of detail. At 4-digits level COICOP-HICP will not change. ECOICOP will also be introduced as far as possible in the CPI. The 5 th digit classification that is in use in the 2006=100 series will be terminated. Annex 1 also contains an overview of the differences between this 5 th digit classification and ECOICOP as applied in the CPI. As the coverage of the CPI will still be slightly different from the coverage of the HICP differences remain between the HICP and CPI publications. The major differences are the inclusion of consumption related taxes and of consumption abroad. Consumption related taxes and Government services were included in the CPI under code 13. The borderline between what is considered Consumption related taxes and what is considered Government services in the CPI will be brought in line with the distinction in the HICP. Government services are included in the HICP and classified according to COCIOP-HICP. Starting from the 2015=100 series Government services will be coded in the CPI according to ECOICOP. It concerns the following services: - Sewage collection will go to COICOP Refuse collection will go to COICOP Local government administrative fees will go to COICOP University and school fees will go to COICOP 10. Consumption related taxes are not covered by the HICP. They will continue to be represented in the CPI in a downsized group 13. This concerns: - Pollution tax - Road tax - Dog license fee Consumption abroad is within the coverage of CPI but not of HICP. It is included under code 14, like it was in the 2006=100 series. The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report 1.0 8

9 4.3 Publication in practice At the start of the 2015=100 series CPI results using the new methods will be published from the reporting month January Back data will also be calculated for earlier years using the new ECOICOP classification. When making the back data calculations for earlier years than 2015, the other methodological changes cannot be taken into account. The HICP will be re-referenced to 2015=100. CBS will base its publication policy on Eurostat policy. In annex 1 is an overview of the ECOICOP classification, as it was defined for Europe. In practice not all (sub)groups indices will be calculated and published. A (sub)group will not be published if the expenditures in the Netherlands are very low or if the expenditures are outside the scope of the index (e.g. expenditures on hospital care are almost fully covered by the basic health insurance). Details on the calculation of the back data and on the detailed figures that will become available will be published at a later stage. 4.4 Insurance services Until now the treatment of insurance services in the CPI differs from the treatment in the HICP. In the 2006=100 CPI series the full insurance premium is considered to be consumption expenditures and are included in COICOP If the consumer suffers a loss that is covered by an insurance policy, then goods and services in kind that the insurance company provides are not considered to be part of household consumption expenditures. Also if the insurance company compensates the consumer in cash and the consumer buys a replacement good, these expenditures are not covered by the CPI. The level of the insurance premiums determines the weights and the development of the premium levels determines the index. In the HICP another approach is applied. The insurance premiums paid by consumers are partially given back to consumers as compensation in cash or in kind if the consumer suffers a loss. If the consumer suffers a loss that is covered by insurance, then the goods and services that the insurance company provides in kind is considered to be monetary expenditures by consumers. Also if the insurance company pays for damages in cash and the consumer buys a replacement product, then these expenditures are included in household final monetary consumption expenditures in the HICP. Part of the insurance premiums does not flow back to the consumers, but serves the payment of the operating costs of the insurance company. This part of the insurance premium is considered to be the service part of the premium and included in COICOP In the HICP the weight for insurance services is determined by the balance between premiums paid and compensations received for damages. As there is no separate price for the insurance service part the index is based on the development of gross insurance premiums. The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report 1.0 9

10 Example: The treatment of insured car damages Suppose that: - Consumers pay an amount of 100 million euros for car damage insurance premiums. - Insurance companies pay 60 million euros to car repair companies or directly to consumers because of car damages, and - The insurance companies spend the remaining 40 million euros for its own operation: personnel, office costs and etcetera. Then in the CPI 2006=100 series: - The weight for insurance services is based on 100 million euros - The weight for car repairs does not incorporate the spending of 60 million euros that is paid directly by the insurance company or through the consumer for car repairs. Then in the CPI 2015 = 100 series and in the HICP: - The weight for insurance services is based on 40 million euros - The weight for car repairs increases due to the 60 million euros paid on car repairs by the insurance companies. Starting from the 2015=100 series in the CPI the same method will be used as in the HICP. In practice this will lead to lower weights in the CPI for insurance services and higher weights for goods and services that are frequently covered by insurance, like car repairs or medical care that is covered by private additional insurance policies. Social insurances, such as legal insurance against unemployment and labour disability, and the base insurance for health care, are not included in the coverage of the CPI and HICP. Premiums for social insurance are considered a negative income part when determining disposable income and are not considered consumption. Also financial insurances, like life insurance are covered neither in CPI nor in HICP. This is already the case in the present series and it will remain unchanged after Institutional population The Dutch population living in institutional households is not included in the data collection of part of the CBS statistics. In the Household budget survey (HBS) and in Income statistics this part of the Dutch population is excluded. As the weighting scheme of the CPI was based on the HBS until the year 2000 and because the CPI aims to link with Income statistics for the sake of the calculation of purchasing power developments the CPI was also based on the consumption of the population excluding the institutional population. HICP regulations say that the European index concerns the consumption expenditures of the whole population. Therefore from 1996 an estimate was made of the consumption of the institutional population. This estimate was added to the HBS results to get a figure for the total population consumption level in the Netherlands. From the start of the 2000=100 series the starting point for the calculation of the weights of the CPI shifted from the HBS to the household consumption according to National Accounts. In National Accounts consumption is estimated for the full population. From that year on the estimate of the consumption of the institutional population was deducted from the outcome of The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

11 National Accounts consumption in order to keep the best link with Income statistics. Starting from the 2015=100 series this estimate and deduction will partially be stopped. Social protection that is provided to the institutional population by government through social insurance or social securities is not part of the coverage of the HICP. It is only the own contributions that people living in the institutions have to pay, that is included in the HICP. The own contribution provides for the housing, food, care and etcetera that people living in the institutions receive. These own contributions may constitute a very large part of consumption expenditures of this group. The HICP includes all consumption expenditures of people living in institutional households. The own contributions are included in COICOP group Social protection. The rest of their consumption is included in the other relevant COICOP groups. In the CPI series as of the 2015=100 own contributions will remain out of scope, but consumption in all other COICOP groups by the institutional population will be included in the CPI coverage. The separate estimate of this part of consumption is no longer needed. This methodological change will have hardly any impact on headline CPI results. Own contributions of people living in institutional households will not yet be included in the CPI 2015=100 series. This may happen in the future through a new methods revision, if it is then decided to fully follow the international HICP definitions. Meanwhile CBS will further investigate the problems of the link with income statistics and the calculation of purchasing power developments The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

12 5. Differences between CPI and HICP CPI and HICP are different in certain aspects. This chapter will in short summarize the differences. They can be subdivided into four themes: - Target population; which consumers and which transactions are included in the index, - Coverage; which consumption expenditures are included, - Price definition; how are some prices defined, - Classification 5.1 Target population This theme covers two subjects: - The CPI uses a national concept, whereas the HICP use a domestic concept, - Consumption by institutional households The national concept of the CPI implies that all expenditures of consumers living in the Netherlands are included, regardless of whether these expenditures are in the Netherlands or abroad. The domestic concept of the HICP implies that expenditures abroad of consumers living in the Netherlands are excluded from the HICP, but that expenditures of foreign visitors on Dutch territory are included. Expenditures by people living in institutional households are included in the HICP. In the CPI 2006=100 series these expenditures are excluded. Starting from the 2015=100 series expenditures by people living in institutional households are included with the exception of the own contributions that these people pay for living in the institution (see section 4.5) 5.2 Coverage Three groups of goods and services are included in the CPI but excluded from the HICP: - Imputed rentals for housing - Contributions - Consumption related taxes For households renting a house, the rents payments are included in both the CPI and HICP. For households living in a house of their own imputed rentals for housing is included in the CPI 2 and the developments of imputed rentals contribute to the CPI results. Owner occupied housing expenditures are excluded from the HICP. The HICP does not consider subscriptions or contribution for recreational and sports clubs, labour unions and other NPISHs to be consumption expenditures but to be transfers. Also taxes are out of the scope of the HICP. Government services are included (see section 4.2). On the opposite own contributions for living in an institutional household are covered by the HICP but are excluded from the CPI (see section 4.5). 2 The method is described in document: (only available in Dutch) The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

13 5.3 Price definition For some product categories price definitions in HICP and CPI differ. The differences between the treatments of insurance services were described in section 4.4 and these will disappear from the start of the 2015=100 series. There are also differences in the treatment of parents contributions for child care. In the CPI the gross price for child care is observed. As a consequence the weight for child care is high. In the HICP only the parents own contributions are included. Contributions that the Government pays to the parents are deducted from the gross price. Therefore also the weights for child care are lower. Finally changes in own contributions for health care that is covered in the base health insurance are treated differently. If a certain element of health care is taken out of the coverage of the base policy and the consumer has to pay for that care himself, this is reflected in the CPI only by an increase of the weight for health care. Likewise a change whereby previously uninsured health care is taken up in the base policy also does not lead to a decrease of the CPI. In the HICP changes in the basic insurance policy are treated as price changes. A change whereby insured health care from a certain point in time is no longer covered by basic health insurance and for which the consumer must pay an own contribution is treated as a price increase from zero to the new own contribution or market price. Alternatively a change whereby a part of health care that was not insured is brought under the coverage of the basic health insurance is treated in the HICP as a price decrease from the existing price or own contribution to zero. 5.4 Classification In the 2006=100 series there were several differences between the COICOP classifications that were used in CPI and in HICP. From the 2015=100 series the classification are set equal to the extent possible. See also section 4.2. Remaining differences all have to do with product groups that are out of the scope of one of the two series. Included in the CPI, but not included in the HICP are: - COICOP Imputed rentals for housing, - COICOP 13 Consumption related taxes, - COICOP 14 Consumption abroad. Included in the HICP, but not in the CPI are: - COICOP Retirement homes for elderly persons and residences for disabled persons. The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

14 6. Annex: ECOICOP-classification In this annex the ECOICOP classification is presented. Some groups or classes have been excluded from price observation in both the CPI and HICP, like narcotics, prostitution or gambling. Some consumption categories that are not included in the HICP but are in the CPI have been added to the table; see column Remarks. A number of classes and subclasses represent only a limited amount of consumption expenditures. These will not be included in the price observations for CPI and HICP, and they will be left out of the publication tables. Which classes and subclasses are concerned is to be determined at a later stage. ECOICOP Description Dutch translation (prliminary) Remarks FOOD AND NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Voedingsmidd. en alc.vrije dranken Food Voedingsmiddelen Bread and cereals Brood en granen Rice Rijst Flours and other cereals Tarwemeel Bread Brood Other bakery products Andere bakkerijproducten Pizza and quiche Pizza's en quiches Pasta products and couscous Pasta producten en couscous Breakfast cereals Ontbijtproducten Other cereal products Deegmengsels en andere graansoorten Meat Vlees Beef and veal Rundvlees en kalfsvlees Pork Varkensvlees Lamb and goat Lamsvlees en geitenvlees Poultry Pluimvee Other meats Ander vlees Edible offal Eetbare slachtafvallen Dried, salted or smoked meat Vleeswaren Other meat preparations Overige vleesbereidingen Fish and seafood Vis, schaal- en schelpdieren Fresh or chilled fish Verse en gekoelde vis Frozen fish Diepvries vis Fresh or chilled seafood Verse en gekoelde schaal- en schelpdieren Frozen seafood Diepvries schaal- en schelpdieren Dried, smoked or salted fish and seafood Gedroogde, gerookte of gezouten vis en schaal- en schelpdieren Other preserved or processed fish and seafood-based Andere bereidingen en conserven van vis preparations Milk, cheese and eggs Melk, kaas en eieren Milk, whole, fresh Volle melk Milk, low fat, fresh Magere en halfvolle melk Milk, preserved Gecondenseerde melk e.d Yoghurt Yoghurt Cheese and curd Kaas en kwark Other milk products Andere melkproducten Eggs Eieren Oils and fats Olieën en vetten Butter Boter Margarine and other vegetable fats Margarine e.d Olive oil Olijfolie Other edible oils Andere (plantaardige) olie Other edible animal fats Dierlijke vetten Fruit Fruit Fresh or chilled fruit Vers of gekoeld fruit Frozen fruit Diepvries fruit Dried fruit and nuts Gedroogde vruchten en noten Preserved fruit and fruit-based products Vruchten op sap en vruchtenmoes Vegetables Groenten en aardappelen Fresh or chilled vegetables other than potatoes and other tubers Verse groenten Frozen vegetables other than potatoes and other tubers Diepvries groenten Dried vegetables, other preserved or processed vegetables Overige groenten The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

15 ECOICOP Description Dutch translation (prliminary) Remarks Potatoes Aardappelen Crisps Chips Other tubers and products of tuber vegetables Anders knolgewaasen en producten van knolgewasssen Sugar, jam, honey, chocolate and confectionery Suiker, zoetwaren en ijs Sugar Suiker Jams, marmalades and honey Zoet broodbeleg Chocolate Chocolade Confectionery products Snoep Edible ices and ice cream Consumptie-ijs Artificial sugar substitutes Kunstmatige zoetstoffen Food products n.e.c. Overige voedingsmiddelen Sauces, condiments Sauzen, mayonaise e.d Salt, spices and culinary herbs Specerijen, kruiden e.d Baby food Babyvoeding Ready-made meals Kant-en-klaar maaltijden en diepvries maaltijden Other food products n.e.c. Overige voeding n.e.g Non-alcoholic beverages Alcoholvrije dranken Coffee, tea and cocoa Koffie, thee en cacao Coffee Koffie Tea Thee Cocoa and powdered chocolate Cacao Mineral waters, soft drinks, fruit and vegetable juices Mineraalwater, frisdr. en sappen Mineral or spring waters Mineraalwater Soft drinks Frisdranken Fruit and vegetable juices Vruchten- en groentesappen en limonadesiroop ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, TOBACCO AND NARCOTICS Alcoholhoudende dranken en tabak Alcoholic beverages Alcoholhoudende dranken Spirits Gedistill. Dranken Spirits and liqueurs Gedistill. dranken en likeuren Alcoholic soft drinks Laag alcoholische dranken Wine Wijn Wine from grapes Wijn van druiven Wine from other fruits Wijn van andere vruchten Fortified wines Sherry, port e.d Wine-based drinks Andere dranken op basis van wijn Beer Bier Lager beer Lager bier Other alcoholic beer Ander bier Low and non-alcoholic beer Alcoholvrij bier Beer-based drinks Andere dranken op basis van bier Tobacco Tabak Tobacco Tabak Cigarettes Sigaretten Cigars Sigaren Other tobacco products Shag, pijptabak e.d Narcotics Narcotica Excluded from CPI and HICP CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR Kleding en schoeisel Clothing Kleding en kledingstoffen Clothing materials Kledingstoffen Garments Kleding Garments for men Herenkleding Garments for women Dameskleding Garments for infants (0 to 2 years) and children (3 to 13 years) Baby- en kinderkleding Other articles of clothing and clothing accessories Kledingartikelen en toebehoren Other articles of clothing Kledingartikelen Clothing accessories Kledingtoebehoren Cleaning, repair and hire of clothing Stomerij, rep./verhuur v. kleding Cleaning of clothing Stomerij v. kleding The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

16 ECOICOP Description Dutch translation (prliminary) Remarks Repair and hire of clothing Rep./verhuur v. kleding Footwear Schoenen en schoenreparaties Shoes and other footwear Schoenen Footwear for men Herenschoenen Footwear for women Damesschoenen Footwear for infants and children Kinderschoenen Repair and hire of footwear Reparatie en verhuur van schoenen HOUSING, WATER, ELECTRICITY, GAS AND OTHER FUELS Huisvesting, water en energie Actual rentals for housing Werkelijke huur Actual rentals paid by tenants Woninghuur Other actual rentals Overige huur Actual rentals paid by tenants for secondary residences Huur voor tweede huizen Garage rentals and other rentals paid by tenants Huur garage Imputed rentals for housing Toegerekende huur Only in CPI, not in HICP Imputed rentals of owner-occupiers Toegerekende huur eigen woning Only in CPI, not in HICP Other imputed rentals Overige toegerekende huur Only in CPI, not in HICP Maintenance and repair of the dwelling Onderhoud en reparatie woning Materials for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling Prod. v. onderh./rep. v.d. woning Services for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling Diensten onderh./rep. v.d. woning Services of plumbers Diensten van loodgieters Services of electricians Diensten van electriciens Maintenance services for heating systems Diensten van verwarmingsonderhoud Services of painters Diensten van schilders Services of carpenters Diensten van timmerlieden Other services for maintenance and repair of the dwelling Overige diensten Water supply and miscellaneous services relating to the dwelling Overige diensten i.v.m. de woning Water supply Watervoorziening Refuse collection Afvalverwerking Sewage collection Riolering Other services relating to the dwelling n.e.c. Diensten i.v.m. de woning n.e.g Maintenance charges in multi-occupied buildings Schoonmaken van gezamenlijke ruimten Security services Beveiliging Other services related to dwelling Schoonmaken van wegen en schoorstenen Electricity, gas and other fuels Energie Electricity Elektriciteit Electricity Elektriciteit Transport of electricity Transport van elektriciteit Only in CPI, not in HICP Supply of electricity Levering van elektriciteit Only in CPI, not in HICP Specific taxes on electricity Specifieke heffingen elektriciteit Only in CPI, not in HICP Gas Gas Natural gas and town gas Aardgas en stadsgas Transport of gas Transport van gas Only in CPI, not in HICP Supply of gas Levering van gas Only in CPI, not in HICP Specific taxes on gas Specifieke heffingen gas Only in CPI, not in HICP Liquefied hydrocarbons (butane, propane, etc.) Butaan, propaan, e.d Liquid fuels Vloeibare brandstoffen Solid fuels Steenkool, briketten e.d Coal Steenkool Other solid fuels Briketten e.d Heat energy Stadsverwarming FURNISHINGS, HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT AND ROUTINE Stoffering en huish. apparaten HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE Furniture and furnishings, carpets and other floor coverings Meubelen,stoffering en decoratie Furniture and furnishings Meubelen, lampen en decoratie Household furniture Meubelen voor het huis Garden furniture Meubelen voor de tuin Lighting equipment Lampen Other furniture and furnishings Ander meubilair en decoratie Carpets and other floor coverings Vloerbedekking The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

17 ECOICOP Description Dutch translation (prliminary) Remarks Carpets and rugs Tapijten Other floor coverings Linoleum e.d Services of laying of fitted carpets and floor coverings Leggen van vloerbedekking Repair of furniture, furnishings and floor coverings Reparatie van meubelen e.d Household textiles Huishoudtextiel Household textiles Huishoudtextiel Furnishing fabrics and curtains Gordijnen, zonwering, horren e.d Bed linen Beddengoed Table linen and bathroom linen Tafellinnen en handdoeken Repair of household textiles Reparatie van huishoud textiel Other household textiles Overig huishoudlinnen Household appliances Huish. apparatuur, incl. reparatie Major household appliances whether electric or not Grote huishoudelijke apparatuur Refrigerators, freezers and fridge-freezers Koel- en vrieskasten Clothes washing machines, clothes drying machines and dish (Af)wasmachines en wasdrogers washing machines Cookers Gasforn., ovens, magnetrons e.d Heaters, air conditioners Kachels, boilers, geisers e.d Cleaning equipment Stofzuigers e.d Other major household appliances Naaimachines e.d Small electric household appliances Kleine huishoudelijke apparatuur Food processing appliances Foodprocessors Coffee machines, tea makers and similar appliances Koffiemachines Irons Strijkbouten Toasters and grills Tosti-appararten e.d Other small electric household appliances Overige kleine huishoudelijk apparatuur Repair of household appliances Reparatie van huishoudelijke app Glassware, tableware and household utensils Glas, aardewerk, huish. artikelen Glassware, tableware and household utensils Glas, aardewerk, huish. artikelen Glassware, crystal-ware, ceramic ware and chinaware Glas, kristal, aardewerk Cutlery, flatware and silverware Bestek e.d Non-electric kitchen utensils and articles Pannen e.d Repair of glassware, tableware and household utensils Reparatie van glas, aardewerk en huish. artikelen Tools and equipment for house and garden Gereedschappen voor huis en tuin Major tools and equipment Grote gereedschappen Motorized major tools and equipment Electrische machines en gereedschappen Repair, leasing and rental of major tools and equipment Reparatie van Small tools and miscellaneous accessories Kleine gereedschappen en hulpmiddelen Non-motorized small tools Kleine gereedschappen en hulpmiddelen Miscellaneous small tool accessories Deurbeslag, gordijnrails, e.d Repair of non-motorized small tools and miscellaneous Reparatie van kleine gereedschappen en hulpmiddelen accessories Goods and services for routine household maintenance Prod./diensten dag. onderh. woning Non-durable household goods Niet-duurzame huishoudproducten Cleaning and maintenance products Was-, afwas- en schoonmaakmiddelen Other non-durable small household articles Overige verbruiksartikelen Domestic services and household services Huishoudelijke diensten Domestic services by paid staff Betaald personeel in privé-dienst Cleaning services Reinigen van tapijten, huishoudtextiel, huishouslinnen Hire of furniture and furnishings Huur van meubelen en stoffering Other domestic services and household services Overige huishoudelijke diensten HEALTH Gezondheid Medical products, appliances and equipment Geneesmidd. en medische producten Pharmaceutical products Geneesmiddelen Other medical products Andere medische producten Pregnancy tests and mechanical contraceptive devices Zwangerschapstests, condooms Other medical products n.e.c. Overige medische producten Therapeutic appliances and equipment Brillen, gehoorapparaten en protheses Corrective eye-glasses and contact lenses Brillen en contactlenzen Hearing aids Gehoorapparaten en protheses The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

18 ECOICOP Description Dutch translation (prliminary) Remarks Repair of therapeutic appliances and equipment Reparatie van therapeutisch materiaal Other therapeutic appliances and equipment Overige therapeutische middelen Out-patient services Extramurale gezondheidszorg Medical services Medische diensten General practice Huisartsen Specialist practice Specialisten Dental services Tandverzorging (excl. orthodontie) Paramedical services Paramedische diensten Services of medical analysis laboratories and X-ray centres Diensten van labaratoria en doorlichtingscentra Thermal-baths, corrective-gymnastic therapy, ambulance Warme baden, ambulances, huur therapeutische toestellen services and hire of therapeutic equipment Other paramedical services Overige paramedische diensten Hospital services Diensten van ziekenhuizen TRANSPORT Vervoer Purchase of vehicles Aankoop voertuigen Motor cars Auto's New motor cars Nieuwe auto's Second-hand motor cars Tweedehandse auto's Motor cycles Motorfietsen, scooters en bromf Bicycles Fietsen Animal drawn vehicles Voertuigen getrokken door dieren Operation of personal transport equipment Gebruik van privé-voertuigen Spare parts and accessories for personal transport equipment Onderd. en toebehoren privé-voert Tyres Banden Spare parts for personal transport equipment Onderdelen Accessories for personal transport equipment Accessoires Fuels and lubricants for personal transport equipment Brandstoffen en smeermiddelen Diesel Dieselolie Petrol Benzine Other fuels for personal transport equipment LPG, mengsmering Lubricants Smeermiddelen Maintenance and repair of personal transport equipment Onderhoud en rep. privévoertuigen Other services in respect of personal transport equipment And. diensten i.v.m. privé-voert Hire of garages, parking spaces and personal transport Huren van transportmiddelen equipment Toll facilities and parking meters Parkeer- en tolgeld Driving lessons, tests, licences and road worthiness tests Rijles e.d Transport services Vervoersdiensten Passenger transport by railway Personenvervoer per spoor Passenger transport by train Personenvervoer met trein Passenger transport by underground and tram Personenvervoer met metro, tram Passenger transport by road Personenvervoer over de weg Passenger transport by bus and coach Personenvervoer met bus Passenger transport by taxi and hired car with driver Personenvervoer met taxi Passenger transport by air Personenvervoer door de lucht Domestic flights Binnenlandse vluchten International flights Buitenlandse vluchten Passenger transport by sea and inland waterway Personenvervoer over water Passenger transport by sea Personenvervoer over zee Passenger transport by inland waterway Personenvervoer over binnenwateren Combined passenger transport Gecombineerd personenvervoer Other purchased transport services Andere vervoersdiensten Funicular, cable-car and chair-lift transport Kabelbaan, stoeltjeslift Removal and storage services Verhuizing en opslag Other purchased transport services n.e.c. Overig vervoersdiensten COMMUNICATION Communicatie Postal services Postdiensten Postal services Post- en pakketdiensten Letter handling services Brieven, postzegels Other postal services Overige postdiensten The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

19 ECOICOP Description Dutch translation (prliminary) Remarks Telephone and telefax equipment Telefoonapparatuur Telephone and telefax equipment Telefoonapparatuur Fixed telephone equipment Vaste telefoontoestellen Mobile telephone equipment Mobiele telefoons Other equipment of telephone and telefax equipment Radiotelefoons, faxtoestellen en antwoordapparaten Repair of telephone or telefax equipment Reparatie van telefoonapparatuur Telephone and telefax services Telefoon- en internetdiensten Telephone and telefax services Telefoon- en internetdiensten Wired telephone services Vaste telefonie Wireless telephone services Mobiele telefonie Internet access provision services Internetdiensten Bundled telecommunication services Bundels voor telefoon- en internetdiensten Other information transmission services Overige verbindingsdiensten RECREATION AND CULTURE Recreatie en cultuur Audio-visual, photographic and information processing Audio- en videoapparatuur incl. rep. equipment Equipment for the reception, recording and reproduction of TV's, audio- en video-apparatuur sound and picture Equipment for the reception, recording and reproduction of Geluidsapparatuur sound Equipment for the reception, recording and reproduction of Televisietoestellen en video-app. sound and vision Portable sound and vision devices Draagbare geluids- en beeldapparatuur Other equipment for the reception, recording and reproduction Overige apparatuur (zoals koptelefoons en e-readers) of sound and picture Photographic and cinematographic equipment and optical Foto-, filmapp. en optische instr. instruments Cameras Fotocamaras en filmapparatuur Accessories for photographic and cinematographic equipment Accessoires (lenzen, filters e.d) Optical instruments Optische instrumenten Information processing equipment Computerapparatuur Personal computers Computers Accessories for information processing equipment Randapparatuur (monitors, printers e.d.) Software Software Calculators and other information processing equipment Rekenmachines en schrijfmachines Recording media (On)bespeelde informatiedragers Pre-recorded recording media CD's, DVD's e.d bespeeld Unrecorded recording media Videobanden, DVD's onbespeeld Other recording media Overig (memory-sticks, fotobenodigdheden e.d) Repair of audio-visual, photographic and information processing Reparatie van apparaten equipment Other major durables for recreation and culture Goederen voor recreatie en cultuur Major durables for outdoor recreation Goederen voor outdoor-recreatie Camper vans, caravans and trailers Kampeerwagens, caravans en aanhangwagens Aeroplanes, microlight aircraft, gliders, hang-gliders and hot-air Vliegtuigen, zeilvliegers e.d balloons Boats, outboard motors and fitting out of boats Boten en buitenboordmotoren Horses, ponies and accessories Paarden, ponies en en tuigage Major items for games and sport Overig (o.a kano's, surfplanken, golfkarretjes) Musical instruments and major durables for indoor recreation Goederen voor indoor-recreatie Musical instruments Muziekinstrumenten Major durables for indoor recreation Overig (o.a. biljarttafels, tafeltennnistafels) Maintenance and repair of other major durables for recreation Onderhoud en reparatie van goederen voor recreatie en cultuur and culture Other recreational items and equipment, gardens and pets Spelart., planten en huisdieren Games, toys and hobbies Spelartikelen, speelgoed, hobbies Games and hobbies (Gezelschaps-)spellen en hobby-artikelen Toys and celebration articles Speelgoed en feestartikelen Equipment for sport, camping and open-air recreation Uitrusting voor sport en camping Equipment for sport Uitrusting voor sport Equipment for camping and open-air recreation Uitrusting voor camping Repair of equipment for sport, camping and open-air recreation Reparatie van uitrusting voor sport en camping Gardens, plants and flowers Bloemen, planten, tuinvegetatie Garden products Zaden, bollen, tuinaarde, potterie Plants and flowers Bloemen en planten Pets and related products (Producten voor) huisdieren Purchase of pets Huisdieren The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

20 ECOICOP Description Dutch translation (prliminary) Remarks Products for pets Producten voor huisdieren Veterinary and other services for pets Diensten i.v.m. huisdieren Recreational and cultural services Diensten recreatie en cultuur Recreational and sporting services Diensten m.b.t. recreatie en sport Recreational and sporting services - Attendance Entree stadions en attractieparken Recreational and sporting services - Participation Deelname aan recreatie en sport Membership sports and recreation clubs Contributie sport- en ontspanningsverenigingen Only in CPI, not in HICP Cultural services Culturele diensten Cinemas, theatres, concerts Entree bioscopen, theater e.d Museums, libraries, zoological gardens Musea, dierentuinen, bibliotheken Television and radio licence fees, subscriptions Kabelaansluiting, abonnee-tv Hire of equipment and accessories for culture Huur materiaal voor cultuur Photographic services Diensten fotografie en film Other cultural services Overige culturele diensten Games of chance Kansspelen Excluded from CPI and HICP Newspapers, books and stationery Boeken, kranten, schrijfwaren e.d Books Boeken Fiction books Fictie boeken (incl. kinderboeken) Educational text books Schoolboeken Other non-fiction books Overig non-fictie Binding services and E-book downloads E-books en inbinden van boeken Newspapers and periodicals Kranten en tijdschriften Newspapers Kranten Magazines and periodicals Tijdschriften Miscellaneous printed matter Overig gedrukt materiaal Stationery and drawing materials Kantoorartikelen en tekenmaterialen Paper products Papier Other stationery and drawing materials Overige kantoorartikelen en tekenmaterialen Package holidays Pakketreizen Package holidays Pakketreizen Package domestic holidays Pakketreizen binnenland Package international holidays Pakketreizen naar het buitenland EDUCATION Onderwijs Pre-primary and primary education Basisonderwijs (ISCED 0-1) Pre-primary and primary education Basisonderwijs (ISCED 0-1) Pre-primary education ISCED Primary education ISCED Secondary education vmbo, mavo, havo, vwo, mbo Post-secondary non-tertiary education Overige opleidingen ter voorbereiding op hoger onderwijs Tertiary education Hoger onderwijs Education not definable by level Opleidingen niet naar niveau in te delen RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS Hotels, cafés en restaurants Catering services Restaurants, cafés en kantines Restaurants, cafés and the like Restaurants en cafés Restaurants, cafés and dancing establishments Restaurants en cafés Fast food and take away food services Fastfood en afhaalservice Canteens Kantines Accommodation services Accommodaties Accommodation services Accommodaties Hotels, motels, inns and similar accommodation services Hotels Holiday centres, camping sites, youth hostels and similar Vakantiehuizen, campings accommodation services Accommodation services of other establishments Kostscholen, tehuizen voor jonge werknemers MISCELLANEOUS GOODS AND SERVICES Diverse goederen en diensten Personal care Lichaamsverzorging Hairdressing salons and personal grooming establishments Kapsalons en schoonheidsinst Hairdressing for men and children Heren- en kinderkappers Hairdressing for women Dameskappers Personal grooming treatments Sauna's, schoonheidssalons e.d. The Consumer Price Index from 2016; methodological report

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