gross domestic product

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Synonyms for gross domestic product

the measure of an economy adopted by the United States in 1991


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TOKYO - Tokyo stocks rose Wednesday morning after a record contraction in Japanese gross domestic product fell within expectations while rising crude oil prices lifted resource-related shares.
However, as a percentage of our overall gross domestic product, U.
Gross Domestic Product, which in 2003 totaled just under $11 trillion, it would translate into $660 billion in annual fraud losses, the ACFE says.
In 2003, based on the gross domestic product, the total loss due to occupational fraud can be estimated at $660 billion.
The amount a 10th of China's gross domestic product last year, is the minimum needed to allow the banks to meet a Government requirement they reduce non-performing loans to 15 per cent of total lending before they can sell shares publicly on the mainland, said Arthur Lau, a director at the ratings company.
The equation for determining the change in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was inadvertently omitted from Mike Whitney's Behind the Numbers column in the October issue of T&P.
Despite a 36% growth in its gross domestic product, China has pulled off a 17% reduction in C[O.
5% of its gross domestic product as of 1997, the latest figures Savercool had available.
In the fourth quarter of 2000, according to advance estimates, current-dollar gross domestic product (GDP) rose 3.
We are told daily that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in America is up, our economy is moving forward and we are doing so well.
The committee predicted that general economic conditions would remain stable in the next 18 months, with the gross domestic product growing at an annual rate of 3% in 1995, and 2.
The Advance Economic Barometer has trended higher for nearly 11 months, presaging continued healthy expansion rates for the nation's real gross domestic product over the next six to 12 months," Littmann reported.
In Japan, for example, less than 20 percent of its private saving has been absorbed by government deficits, even though the Japanese general government has been borrowing almost 3 percent of its gross domestic product in the 1980s.
2 Gross domestic product at the price levels and PPPs of year 2005
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