Gross regional domestic product

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GRDP or gross regional domestic product is usually the measure of a region's economy.[1] The more familiar gross domestic product (GDP) refers to the economy of a country.

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  1. "Gross regional product (GRP): an introduction" (PDF). United Nations - Department of Economic and Social Affairs. May 27, 2010.