RGSP

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AcronymDefinition
RGSPRailway Group Safety Plan (UK)
RGSPReal Gross State Product (various states)
RGSPRat Genome Sequencing Project (consortium)
RGSPRothamsted General Survey Program
RGSPReduced Gravity Student Program
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Stable Economic Performance: South Australia estimates that its real gross state product increased by 2.3% in FY18 (FY17: 2.2%), which appears to be the trend growth rate over the next two to three years.
RGSP is the state's real gross state product. Table is a dummy variable indicating if state i allowed table games in its casinos in period t.
Percent change in Real Gross State Product by Industry, Michigan, 2000-2005 Industry Percent Change Total, all private industries 1.8% Utilities 3.6% Construction -21.9% Manufacturing -3.6% Wholesale trade 6.2% Retail trade 9.7% Transportation & warehousing 8.6% Information 32.9% Finance & insurance 10.3% Real estate, rental & leasing 3.5% Professional & technical services -3.4% Educational services 6.5% Health care & social services 13.3% Arts, entertainment & recreation 11.0% Accommodation & food services -0.6% Source: U.S.
The data on real gross state product in manufacturing for the last 15 years show that economic activity in manufacturing in the United States is not declining in absolute terms.
Real gross state product for Idaho, Oregon, and Washington shot up 63 percent.
Our measure of the private investment rate is the ratio of the state's real dollar capital charges to real gross state product (PRICAP).
* Real gross state product will average 3 'percent growth through 2003 as manufacturing, which accounts for more than a quarter of GSP and is the state's largest sector, expands with the world economy and the service sectors remain on a moderate growth path.
Real gross state product is likely to roughly match that performance.
The BEA reports that Oregon's real gross state product (GSP), or the value added during the production of a good or service by the labor and property located in a state, grew 7.6 percent in 1997 (the most recent data available).
For example, comparing real gross state product growth rates shows the relative performance of particular industries or States.
Since early 1991, when Hawaiis robust economy defied the US national recession that followed the Gulf War, the state has slipped into a shallow trough of job losses and a growth rate of just 0.4 per cent in the real gross state product.