The nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of Gulf region reached a new record high of $1.
What does NGDP stand for?
NGDP stands for Nominal Gross Domestic Product
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- National Geospatial Data Infrastructure
- National Geoscience Database of Iran
- Next Generation Digital Loop Carrier
- New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments
- Non-Governmental Development Organisation
- Northeastern Garage Door Operator Association
- National Gandhi Day of Service
- National Graduate Development Programme (local government employment; UK)
- National Ground Delay Program (FAA)
- next-generation data protection (IT backup technology/strategy)
- Net to Gross Displacement Ratio
- National Geoscience Data Repository System
- National Geographic Data System
- National Growth and Developmental Standards for the Pakistani Children (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Naval Global Directory Service
- Negotiating Group on Dispute Settlement
- New-Generation Dagaie System (electronic warfare system; various nations)
- NexGen Data Systems (consulting firm; Goose Creek, SC)
- Next Generation Diagnostic System (US DoD)
- Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword (video game)
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Summary: DUBAI -- The GCC region has emerged as the 12th largest economy in the world with its nominal gross domestic product, or GDP, reaching a new record high of $1.
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The SME sector, including the very small micro enterprises, contribute significantly to our economy with statistics indicating that 28 per cent of nominal Gross Domestic Product comes from this sector.
The UAE's nominal gross domestic product is expected to gain nearly AED65 billion ($17.
Tokyo has pledged to achieve a primary budget surplus for central and local governments in fiscal 2020 after halving the deficit as a percentage of nominal gross domestic product in fiscal 2015 from the fiscal 2010 level.
7 per cent of the countryAAEs nominal gross domestic product.
7 per cent of the sultanate's 2011 nominal gross domestic product, according to Reuters calculations.