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However, Total Social Financing (TSF), of which shadow banking is a component, continued to grow more quickly than nominal gross domestic product (GDP), the agency said.
6 per cent in 2013, driving the country's nominal gross domestic product to KD49.
Key drivers were generally high saving rates and continued strong nominal gross domestic product growth in oil-rich countries, such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the UAE.
Thus, the nominal gross domestic product for 2014 is forecast at the level of 401 billion soms with a real growth of 6.
Israel, for example, with one-third of Turkey's nominal gross domestic product and about one-tenth of its population, has four defense companies in the top 100 list.
| TOKYO, June 14 (KUNA) -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet approved on Friday its growth strategy, targeting a 3-percent annual expansion of nominal Gross domestic product (GDP) and restarts of nuclear power plants.
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.
The Japanese government has pledged to halve the deficit as a percentage of nominal gross domestic product by fiscal 2015 from the fiscal 2010 level and achieve a primary budget surplus for central and local governments in fiscal 2020.