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gross domestic product in Economics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgross domestic productˌgross doˌmestic ˈproduct noun [singular]  PEGDP
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gross domestic productInvestment was sharply down and was estimated to represent only 9 percent of gross domestic product.Potential output is that rate of gross domestic product which would result if all resources were fully employed.Our gross domestic product was literally heavy, for it was dominated by coal, steel, iron, and grains.An inflation measure linked to the gross domestic product had its smallest rise since 1964.The gross domestic product annually grew, on average, 9. 8 % from 1987 to 1995.The government will release a preliminary estimate of full-year gross domestic product tomorrow.