Definition of Real gross national product
1. Noun. A version of the GNP that has been adjusted for the effects of inflation.
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Literary usage of Real gross national product
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1. State of the Nation: South Africa 2003-2004 by John Daniel, Adam Habib, Roger Southall (2004)
"But the situation was further complicated in South Africa by developments relating to the general growth strategy. Figure 6.2 real gross national product ..."
2. Economic Implications of Rising Health Care Costs (1992)
"Incomes, as measured by real gross national product, would be even higher because the costs of servicing the nation's debt to foreigners would be reduced. ..."
3. The World Economy by Angus Maddison (2006)
"1830-1855 annual movement in real gross national product from P. Deane (1968), p. 106. 1855-1960 annual movement of GDP at factor cost (average of real ..."
4. Coffee Boom, Government Expenditure, and Agricultural Prices: The Colombian by Jorge García García, Gabriel Montes Llamas (1988)
"It generated 30 percent of the country's real gross national product (GNP) in the late 1960s and about 25 percent in the second half of the 1970s and early ..."
5. Urban Change and Poverty by Michael G. H. McGeary, Laurence E. Lynn (1988)
"Table 15 shows real gross national product (GNP) by industry for selected years from 1947-1985, the first and most recent years for which BEA has prepared ..."
6. International Migration in Asia: Trends and Policies by Oecd (2001)
"real gross national product (Growth rate, in percentage) Real GNP growth rate (%) Real GDP growth rate (%) | Net factor income from abroad (%) I By ..."