gross national product


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n gross national product former measure of the United States economy; the total market value of goods and services produced by all citizens and capital during a given period (usually 1 yr)
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In literature:

Our current wealth, prosperity, consumer goods and gross national product are at a peak hitherto unreached by any country.
"The Practical Values of Space Exploration" by Committee on Science and Astronautics
In sheer tonnage they were turning out more gross national product than the West.
"Combat" by Dallas McCord Reynolds

In news:

NO matter how the gross national product is faring, enterprising residents of this small city have a way to keep the goods and services in motion.
The government's report covers gross domestic product GDP measures the nation's total output of goods and services from restaurant meals and haircuts to airplanes, appliances and highways.
It's called the gross national product.
The debt to gross national product ratio is creeping up to scary levels, according to economists.
After years of hindering economic growth, housing added to Gross Domestic Product in 2012, an important reversal given the sector's key role in pulling the nation's economy out of the doldrums in past recessions.
According to the magazine, the BND estimates that Russians have deposited more than €20 billion ($26 billion) in Cypriot banks, more than the island nation's estimated €18 billion gross domestic product.
Eat Your Young (Courtesy of Totally Gross National Product).

In science:

Indeed, prior to our modern technological era, and for millennia, most of what is called Gross National Product, or GNP, was produced in agriculture which could easily involve as many as 90 percent of the general population.
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