Economic Tip of the Day: August 25, 2012


Gross Domestic Product (GDP) differs from Gross National Product (GNP) because GDP measures total C+I+G+N within a country’s borders. GNP measures C+I+G+N of all of a nation’s financial transactions regardless of where in the world the transactions occur.

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