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1 From 1977 to 1985 the United States gross national product grew 21 percent.
2 Gross National Product is conventionally used to indicate economic development.
3 The president said that the gross national product had declined by a big margin.
4 The two variables are infant mortality per 1000 live births and gross national product per head.
5 This demand was extrapolated from the projected growth in such countries' gross national product.
6 It had begun the seventies with the declared intention of contributing 0.7 percent of the gross national product in official aid.
7 It is the largest industry in the Province,(www.Sentencedict.com) contributing 6% of Gross National Product and accounting for 11% of employment.
8 The country had the largest gross national product of any nation.
9 Galbraith challenged the conventional wisdom that everything would be all right if only the Gross National Product were big enough.
10 In this way we can enhance our gross national product for the benefit of all.
11 The deficit has fallen from 9. 5 percent of gross national product in 1994 to an estimated 7. 4 percent.
12 Affluence is measured by the per capita gross national product.
13 A greater gross national product meant that local authorities could be more generous towards the poor.
14 Spending on health has risen from 4.7 percent of the gross national product in 1979 to 5.7.
15 Britain's gross national product weighs in at around ￡250 billion; that is, P￡6250.
16 When do the Government expect to meet the target for overseas aid of 0.7 percent. of gross national product?
17 Gross national product fell 5.8 percent in January-February 1991 compared with the same period in 1990.
18 Figures for the first nine months of 1992 showed an 18 percent fall in gross national product.
19 Most countries in the world attempt to monitor the total value of their output, or gross national product.
20 In the mid-1970s, public spending peaked at over 49 percent of our gross national product.
21 Their entire Gross National Products are smaller than the funds controlled by those largest financial institutions.
22 This paper employs quite a few econometric techniques to examine the relationship among normal exports, processing exports and gross national products (GDP).
23 A major part of economic theory deals with large-scale phenomena such as stock market fluctuations or gross national products.
24 The result shows that there exists a long-term equilibrium among normal exports, processing ex, ports and gross national products (GDP).
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