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Gross Domestic Product ( GDP) and Gross National Product ( GNP). What you will learn. Gross domestic product (GDP). Gross national product (GNP). Why might GDP and GNP differ?. Take this challenge. xamples of Hong Kong’s resident producing units:. Gross domestic product.

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Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

and

Gross National Product (GNP)

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What you will learn ...

Gross domestic product (GDP)

Gross national product (GNP)

Why might GDP and GNP differ?

Take this challenge

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xamples of Hong Kong’s resident producing units:

Gross domestic product

Gross domestic product (GDP) is a measure of the total monetary value of _______________________ produced by all ________________________ of a territory or an economy over a specified period of time, usually a year or a quarter.

final goods and services

resident producing units

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Key Points Parade

Gross national product

Gross national product (GNP) measures the ________________________________ of an economy from engaging in __________________.

total income earned by residents

economic activities

residents

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Why might GDP and GNP differ?

GNP may not be equal to GDP because:

1. our resident producing units (RPUs) may use factor services provided by _____________.

Example

non-residents

2. our residents may provide factor services _______.

Example

abroad

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Why might GDP and GNP differ?

We can find GNP from GDP:

factor income from abroad

factor income paid abroad

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GNP = GDP + (_____________________________)

net factor income from abroad

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Q

Take this challenge 1

Paul, a Hong Kong resident, receives dividends from a UK company. How does this affect Hong Kong’s GDP and GNP?

Hong Kong’s GDP will be / not be affected.

Hong Kong’s GNP will be / not be affected.

The dividends are Hong Kong’s factor income from / paid abroad, so Hong Kong’s GNP will increase / decrease.

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Take this challenge 2

A Filipino maid has worked in Hong Kong for two years. Is her salary included in Hong Kong’s GDP or GNP?

She is / is not a Hong Kong resident.

Her salary is / is not included in Hong Kong’s GDP.

Her salary is / is not included in Hong Kong’s GNP.

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factor income from abroad

factor income paid abroad

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GNP = GDP + ( )

Take this challenge 3

In what situation will GDP be larger than GNP?

If factor income from abroad is larger / smaller than the factor income paid abroad, GNP will be smaller than GDP.

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