- gross domestic product.
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For less educated consumers, they lower the prices by 0.3 percent of GDP.
According to Cortes, immigrants lower the prices of products consumed by highly educated consumers by 0.4 percent of GDP.
The deficit is down to 2.8 percent of GDP, from a high of 10.1 percent in the wake of the meltdown.The Real Reason Democrats Lost
November 6, 2014
Your Congress is selling itself for $4 billion this year, which is roughly equivalent to the GDP of Barbados.Time is Money: How to Fix Outrageous Political Spending
November 3, 2014
In the first quarter of 2014, GDP shrunk 2.9 percent and most of the reason is because health-care spending declined.How Obamacare Helped Crash the Economy
June 25, 2014
Up to 15% of their GDP is in the form of handouts, soft loans and technical assistance.
But this is one of the lowest rates in the world (c. 40% of GDP).
Some of them cost the country more than 10% of its GDP each (for example, the crisis of the bank shares in 1983).
Germany's economy collapsed following a reparations agreement, which sapped and consumed less than 10% of its GDP.
Allocating three percent or less of GDP for defense could easily prove to be a ceiling and not a floor.Shock and Awe
Harlan K. Ullman
- gross domestic product
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