net national product (NNP)

by Econlife Editor    •    Feb 13, 2014    •    TIME TO READ: 0 minutes Less than a minute

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A national accounting aggregate equal to the GNP less depreciation, the NNP thus reflects not only new goods and services produced but also the extent to which existing capital has worn out. It includes net investment, government purchases, consumption expenditures, net exports.

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