What is the difference between NNP and NDP?

NDP stands for Net Domestic Product, whereas, NNP stands for Net National Product. NDP is an annual measure of the economic output of a nation that is adjusted to account for depreciation. NNP, on the other hand, is the market value of all the finished goods and services that are produced in a year, by citizens of a nation, living domestically and internationally.

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