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GDP

Abbreviation for guanosine 5'-diphosphate.

GDP

Abbreviation for:
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glucose degradation product
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gross domestic product 
guanosine diphosphate

GDP

guanosine diphosphate.
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6% annualized increase in real gross domestic product (GDP).
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