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gross-domestic-product

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  • adj. Attributive form of gross domestic product, noun.

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Examples

  • "The government has been dropping clear hints that this borrowing-forecast number is likely to be revised upwards next week because of much weaker-than-expected gross-domestic-product growth," said James Knightley , an economist at ING.

    U.K. Reduces Borrowing

  • European stocks closed in the red Tuesday following a choppy session as revised gross-domestic-product data for the U.S. indicated that the world's biggest economy was still lumbering.

    European Stocks Fall

  • The second austerity plan came as the government slashed its 2012 growth forecast to gross-domestic-product expansion of 1% from 1.75% previously.

    Moody's Warns France on Rating

  • If the demographers are right, a shrinking work force will mean a drag on gross-domestic-product growth.

    Counting the Cost of China's One-Child Policy

  • First-quarter gross-domestic-product figures out today will likely show a rise of less than 2%, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Wednesday.

    Raising Product Prices Is a Margin Call

  • The government also hasn't trimmed its gross-domestic-product growth target for the year of 7% to 7.5%, suggesting it may not have fully switched off its focus on economic expansion.

    Vietnam Inflation Accelerates, Suggesting Future Cooling Efforts

  • With monetary policy loose and the banking system resilient after wholesale reform in 2001, Turkey's economy has rebounded strongly from recession, posting 10.3% gross-domestic-product growth in the second quarter from a year earlier.

    Turkey Unveils Inflation Report

  • Assuming they are delivered, Mr. Osborne's plans will shave 0.5 percentage point off gross-domestic-product growth, according to Andrew Smith of KPMG.

    A Day of Reckoning Is Deferred in the U.K.

  • Also in the U.K., manufacturing output surged to an almost 16-year high in annual terms, boosted by output of machinery and equipment, suggesting third-quarter gross-domestic-product growth didn't collapse after a bumper second quarter, data from the Office for National Statistics showed.

    World Watch

  • He added that the uninspiring figures within the recent gross-domestic-product report were "a little startling" and symbolic of the growth concerns underpinning Treasury prices.

    Yields Fall as Gloom Grips Market

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