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GDP

(guanosine diphosphate): see guanineguanine
, organic base of the purine family. It was reported (1846) to be in the guano of birds; later (1879–84) it was established as one of the major constituents of nucleic acids.
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Similarly, volunteer work, informal economy cannot become part of the GDP regardless of their impact on the economy.
As a counterpart, in the OECD countries, banks and financial institutions constitute on average up to 6 percent of GDP, and the bloc's tax exemptions do not exceed 15 percent of GDP.
9-percent GDP growth in 2016, Cambodia remains the poorest in the region in terms of GDP per capita at US$1,270, next to Myanmar.
Many could argue Sarkozy was only open to thinking beyond GDP because the predictions of economic growth under his government at the time were unfavourable.
The new scientific status of both GDP and Keynesian economics encouraged widespread use and improvement of national income accounting.
The current GDP estimations consolidate supply-side statistics such as production and demand-side statistics from surveys of entities engaging in consumption and investments.
This Nordic nation's per capita GDP of $64,856 allows its 4.
The reason for their trade figures are greater than their GDP is reflective of their undertaking a significant amount of trade outside their countries' borders via offices, branches and manufacturing operations in foreign countries.
The GDP figure for the quarter was impacted upon by the widening trade gap.
5 percent of the nation's GDP in 2014, with the five largest metropolitan areas accounting for 23.
But, he clarified, the change in growth rates did not lead to a material difference in the total size of the GDP in 2013/14.
2% of GDP compared to 2012 when it was recorded at 15,431 million euro or 79.