GNP Differs from NNP Due to :

  1. Interest on public dept
  2. Depreciation
  3. Net indirect taxes
  4. Direct taxes
Manish Listener Asked on 5th September 2015 in Finance.
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    GNP (Gross National Product) differs from NNP (Net National Product) due to Depreciation.
    NNP =GNP-Depreciation

    Gross National Product (GNP) is the market  value of all the products without deducting the depreciation of fixed capital. It is the total of gross value of final goods and services produced in a year.

    Net National Product (NNP) is the value of net output in an economy of one year. The National Product is calculated by deducting depreciation from the gross national product.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 13th September 2015.
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