gross national product
- the total value of all final goods and services produced annually by a nation GNP
Translations for 'gross national product'
- British English: gross national product A country's gross national product is the total value of all the goods it has produced and the services it has provided in a particular year. NOUN
- Brazilian Portuguese: produto nacional bruto
- Chinese: 国民生产总值国國民生产產总總值
- European Spanish: producto nacional bruto
- French: produit national brut
- German: Bruttosozialprodukt
- Italian: prodotto nazionale lordo
- Japanese: 国民総生産
- Korean: 국민 총생산
- Portuguese: produto nacional bruto
- Spanish: producto bruto nacional
Example Sentences Including 'gross national product'
And cars, the collective cost of which would top the gross national product of a few countries.
Between the wars Britain had spent an average of 3 per cent of her gross national product on defence.
The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000
Canada spends nearly 10 per cent of its gross national product on health.
Globe and Mail (2004)
Economy The major contributors to the gross national product are tourism, bauxite, sugar and bananas.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
For instance, we are used to conventional indicators of economic growth: gross national product and gross domestic product.
Business Today (2000)
The Irish Central Bank has already knocked one per cent off its 2002 gross national product forecast to 3.5 per cent.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
You cannot save 1½ percent of your gross national product and still have enough money to invest in services and infrastructure.
Irish Times (2002)
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