One advantage of the proposed "one--stop shop" GDRP is to simplify the regime for third country data transfers from the EU to the US and elsewhere, with EU national authorities no longer able to implement their own additional procedures on top of the EU 'adequacy' requirements.
However, with the current EU-US Safe Harbors programme under review from the European Commission amongst other issues, how the GDRP deals with this issue in its final form may be subject to further negotiation.
The table shows there is no large difference between the South Coast, the North Coast and the Inland regions in GDRP non oil per capita.
There is a small shift in the best of three regions if we use GDRP density.
Equation 1 and 2 are for GDRP per capita and GDRP per [km.
LogYC is the log of GDRP non oil per capita in constant price and LogYD is the log of GDRP non oil per [km.
It is measured by the log of sum of GDRP non oil in constant price of the surrounding regions.
For Equation 1, based on GDRP per capita, the regions are Kabupaten Kudus, Kota Semarang, and Kota Surakarta, and for Equation 2, while based on GDRP density, they are Kota Magelang, Kota Surakarta, and Kota Semarang.
There are five variables that significantly influence log of GDRP per capita.
It means that GDRP per capita of regions with airport facility tend to be higher than the rests.
It means that exclusion to the three economic centres in this province based on GDRP per capita (Kabupaten Kudus, Kota Semarang, and Kota Surakarta) does not change the result drastically.