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The gross domestic output grew by 8.7 per cent, agriculture grew by 0.7 per cent and manufacturing witnessed growth of 16.3 per cent.
China's total gross domestic output was 33.5 trillion yuan (pounds 3tn) in 2009.
The figures put China's total gross domestic output for 2009 at $4.9 trillion, bringing it closer to overtaking Japan as the world's number two economy after the US.
As a prominent example, the Indian population of more than 1 billion, once considered a liability, is now considered a meaningful contributory asset--both in terms of gross domestic output and a large market, which no serious global corporation can afford to ignore.
The media tells us that a recession is two consecutive quarters of decline in inflation-adjusted gross domestic output (real GDP).
The gross domestic output rose by 0.6 per cent in the autumn quarter last year - the equivalent of just more than one per cent on the previous 12 months.
Canada plunged into its first recession in almost a decade, and the drop in gross domestic output between August and September was the worst since 1986.
The Population Division points out that while the world population increased four times in the twentieth century--from 1.6 billion persons to 6.1 billion--world real gross domestic output increased twenty to forty times, so that the world could not only sustain a fourfold population increase but raise standards of living substantially.
Last year the military was also granted a sum equal to 1.3% of gross domestic output, and in 2015 Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said the share could not go up due to fiscal restrictions.Ministers also revoked a decision taken by last year's interim (August-October) cabinet to approve a document titled Bulgaria in NATO and European Defense 2020 which proposed a set of steps to transform the country's armed forces.The draft version of that document, prepared by a team led by then caretaker Defense Minister Velizar Shalamanov sparked controversy as it contained sections pointing to Russia as a main threat to the region and containing notions of "hybrid warfare" waged in Sofia by Moscow.
The BEA will also begin publishing the Gross Domestic Output (GDO) next month, which is the average of the GDP and GDI (Gross Domestic Income).
In a mere 15 years, its export share multiplied an astonishing 70 times, to 7 percent of gross domestic output.
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