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1. Growth in the Gross Domestic Product decelerated significantly, from 10.5 per cent in real terms in 2000 to a mere 0.1 per cent in 2001.
2. Growth in the Gross Domestic Product ( GDP ) decelerated significantly, from 10.5 per cent in real terms in 2000 to a mere 0.1 per cent in 2001.
3. The annual percentage rise in the implicit gross domestic product deflator.
4. Trichet said the M3 target assumes a gross domestic product growth of 2. 5 percent.
5. Our gross domestic product was literally heavy, for it was dominated by coal, steel, iron, and grains.
6. The Arab countries devote the highest percentage of gross domestic product in the world to arms.
7. Projecting numbers like gross domestic product and per-capita income back into the past is a highly risky undertaking.
8. An inflation measure linked to the gross domestic product had its smallest rise since 1964.
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9. The gross domestic product rose between July and September compared to the previous three months.
10. Potential output is that rate of gross domestic product which would result if all resources were fully employed.
11. The Economics Ministry said today gross domestic product probably shrank in the fourth quarter of 1995.
12. The gross domestic product annually grew, on average, 9. 8 % from 1987 to 1995.
13. Gross domestic product was estimated to have grown by 8.3 percent during 1989.
14. GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product.
15. Its double - digit growth in gross domestic product last year is statistical proof of the ongoing changes.
16. Government expenditure is around 16 per cent of gross domestic product.
17. Investment was sharply down and was estimated to represent only 9 percent of gross domestic product.
18. Candidates for a single currency must limit their public deficits to 3 percent of gross domestic product by the end of 1997.
19. Tourism is our second biggest contributor - after North Sea oil - to gross domestic product.
20. Dini said inflation was kept to a moderate pace during the year, even as gross domestic product rose 3 percent.
21. It shows the decline in the percentage of the Gross Domestic Product devoted to Defence from 1946 onwards.
22. Only nations that reduce their budget deficits to 3 percent of gross domestic product and accumulated debt to 60 percent automatically qualify.
23. The Arab states allocate a higher percentage of their gross domestic product to military expenditures than do the Western countries.
24. It now accounts for only 20 to 25 percent. of the total gross domestic product of Britain.
25. The government will release a preliminary estimate of full-year gross domestic product tomorrow.
26. Domestic product proportion Agriculture now contributes only 3.4% of Community gross domestic product, compared with 5.4% in 1970.
27. Possibly one fifth of their loans are bad debts or some 30 per cent of gross domestic product.
28. The positive impact of these shipments on second quarter gross domestic product was offset by a fall in inventories of manufactured nondurable goods.
29. Investors are set to pore over September non-farm payrolls, the final reading of second-quarter gross domestic product and several other big economic reports.
30. Economists worry companies' hesitance to hire will restrain consumer spending, the biggest component of U.S. gross domestic product.
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