Meanwhile, the share of small and medium-sized businesses in gross regional product was 25%, which is 9% higher than the national figure, " the head of the region said.
What does GRP stand for?
GRP stands for Gross Regional Product
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Geographically desirable, with a highly skilled labor force, DuPage County has experienced unprecedented growth over the past two decades and has a Gross Regional Product (GRP) of $63.
6 percent decline) was extrapolated to the Gross Regional Product at Factor Cost (industry factor income) of the Rockhampton region (Table 4) for the period of the road and airport closures (averaged to 18 days).
3 billion in gross regional product to the region and an estimated 110,000 jobs amounting to more than $5.
This is in part due to the fact that in the region of 60 per cent of Gross Regional Product is estimated to originate from the private, largely SME, sector.
The New England Economic Partnership expects the current quarter and next year's first quarter to yield the slowest growth in the value of New England's products and services - a measure known as gross regional product - during a forecast period that runs through 2011.
According to the latest forecast put together by Ross Gittell, a professor at the University of New Hampshire and the New England Economic Partnership's vice president and forecast manager, growth in gross regional product, total employment and income in New England is expected to be below the national average through 2011, but the regional economy is forecast to be slightly stronger than it has been in recent years, with growth closer to the national average.
41 per kilowatt hour of benefit for gross regional product.