GWP

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AcronymDefinition
GWPGlobal Warming Potential
GWPGift With Purchase
GWPGlobal Water Partnership
GWPGlendale Water and Power (California)
GWPGuinea-Bissau Peso (currency code: now GNF)
GWPGerman Wirehaired Pointer (dog breed)
GWPGood Weighing Practice (weighing instrument guideline)
GWPGross World Product
GWPGross Written Premiums
GWPGlobal Warming Party
GWPGeneral Work Permit
GWPGood Warehouse Practice (industry standard)
GWPGaussian Wave Packet
GWPGuild Wars Platinum (gaming)
GWPGod Will Provide
GWPGeo Web Publisher
GWPGet Well Plan
GWPGeneral War Plan
GWPGlenfarne Wood Products Ltd (Ireland)
GWPGiga Watt Peak
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The ACFE applied that to the Gross World Product and estimates that global fraud translated to a loss of nearly $3.7 trillion in 2013.
China and Japan understand that no good can come from tumult between the world's three largest economies (which accounted for 42 percent of gross world product in 2012), two of which have nuclear weapons.
China and Japan understand that no good can conceivably come from tumult between the world's three largest economies (which accounted for 42 percent of gross world product in 2012), two of which have nuclear weapons.
Applied to the estimated 2011 Gross World Product, this figure translates to a potential projected global fraud loss of more than $3.5 trillion.
At the other extreme, a mere thousand or so individuals seem to control nearly six percent of the Gross World Product. These are symptomatic of structural flaws in the economic system and its institutions, and need to be corrected.
Talking about the world GDP, Kamal said according to the IMF, the world gross domestic product has now reached $62 trillion, surpassing the $61 trillion gross world product recorded before the crisis.
Gross World Product (GWP) comprised 29.6 percent of the world GWP.
According to a 2007 UN report, getting emissions back to today's levels by 2030 would require a global investment of about $200 billion annually, or 0.3-0.5 percent of the gross world product (GWP).
Over the last 30 years, technological advances, associated with changes in the sources of energy supply, have caused carbon emissions to grow only half as fast as the gross world product (1.5% versus 3% per year).
Over the past 35 years, manufacturing has been declining as a percentage of gross world product and, to no one's surprise, gross domestic product.
The World Trade Organization estimates that approximately 30 percent (or $12 trillion) of the gross world product lends itself to electronic trade.
Globalism's payoff is an increase in GWP -- gross world product. This means greater total wealth and greater average consumption across the planet.