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GDP

Abbreviation for guanosine 5'-diphosphate.

GDP

Abbreviation for:
General Dental Practitioner, see there 
glucose degradation product
good distribution practice
gross domestic product 
guanosine diphosphate

GDP

guanosine diphosphate.
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Such a grossly flawed usage of GDP does give wrong messages to people in a society.
34 percent of GDP in 2016, while Australia's and Switzerland's respectively stood at 3 percent of GDP and 3.
While the country recorded the highest GDP growth rate in the region with 7.
Incidentally, the Human Development Index shows that rich countries have reached a plateau of welfare, despite continual growth in GDP.
These methodological changes and simple revisions to previous GDP calculations can be the source of major political and economic events.
One way to minimize the revision between the 1st and the 2nd Preliminary Estimate is to conduct the GDP estimates around the supply-side statistics.
Brunei, a small country with a wealthy economy that is a mixture of foreign and domestic entrepreneurship, government regulation and welfare measures, and village tradition has led to GDP per capita (PPP) of 71,185.
If similar calculation is done for India, Bangladesh or for the entire world, we find clear-cut growth trends and a strong correlation between GDP and trade growth.
Often the trends shown in national GDP are driven by a few metropolitan areas in which specific industries, such as mining, are most heavily concentrated.
4% of GDP, recording the same percentage as 2012 but an actual drop.
Which country had a GDP of just over $5 trillion in 2013?
The domestic GDP of 1996 has, until now, grown by incredible 125 percent, data of the World Bank show.