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gross national product

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Economics, Trade
gross national productˌgross ˌnational ˈproduct noun [singular]  PEBBTGNP
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gross national productAffluence is measured by the per capita gross national product.This demand was extrapolated from the projected growth in such countries' gross national product.A greater gross national product meant that local authorities could be more generous towards the poor.Figures for the first nine months of 1992 showed an 18 percent fall in gross national product.The deficit has fallen from 9. 5 percent of gross national product in 1994 to an estimated 7. 4 percent.Most countries in the world attempt to monitor the total value of their output, or gross national product.In this way we can enhance our gross national product for the benefit of all.
From Longman Business Dictionarygross national productˌgross ˌnational ˈproduct abbreviation GNP noun [singular, uncountable] ECONOMICS the total value of goods and services produced in a country’s economy, including income from abroadThree percent of the country’s gross national product is devoted to research and development. inflation-adjusted gross national product per capita gross national product
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