- 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)
- The GNP has been growing at a snail's pace.
- Japan's inflation-adjusted GNP growth rate was 5%.
- The second quarter GNP growth was higher than predicted.
- Japan achieved a real GNP growth of 5% last year.
- Japan's dependence on foreign trade is not necessarily very high as a percentage of GNP.
- Some economists estimate that housewives' services, valued in money, would amount to about 25% of GNP.
- The third quarter GNP growth was 1% over the preceding quarter.
- In proportion as our GNP increases, our living standards go up.
- Japan is a service economy, in which services account for more than 50% of the GNP.
- GNP increased at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.5% in the fourth quarter.
- The GNP will rise at nearly a 4. 5% annual rate.
- GNP is measured as the total market value of all the goods and service produced by a nation during a specified period.
- aggregate GNP at market prices and its components,
- This amount shall, in principle, be allocated to the OCTs with a per capita GNP not exceeding the Community per capita GNP, according to the available statistical data.
- In Article 10a the references to ‘GNP’ shall be replaced by the following: ‘GNI’;