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factor cost

n
(Economics) (in social accounting) valuation of goods and services at their overall commercial cost, including markups but excluding indirect taxes and subsidies
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They generated BGN 137 139 million of production value and BGN 48 566 million of value added at factor cost, and employed 1 966 554 persons.
ISLAMABAD -- Citing the gradual acceleration in economic activity, the World Bank (WB) has predicted the GDP growth rate in Pakistan to accelerate to 5 percent at factor cost in 2017 and 5.
The largest share of the total value added at factor cost was achieved by the enterprises in the Manufacturing sector (26.
per capita NSDP at factor cost and constant prices and Human Development Index scores (to determine Gujarat's position).
6])"; the factor cost subsystem comprised of two indicators:" average wage ([X.
We are now measuring GDP by market prices instead of factor cost to take into account gross value addition in goods and services as well as indirect taxes.
Growth in GDP at factor cost at constant (2004-05) prices (real GDP) for the first quarter (Q1) of 2014-15 is estimated to be 5.
According to an ICRA analysis, the pace of growth of real GDP (gross domestic product) at factor cost is likely to have eased marginally to around 4.
We'll study if there are supply shortages, either in terms of raw materials or in factor cost, like transportation or communication," Coloma said in Filipino.
At National Level Forestry's contribution in GDP at constant factor cost is estimated through consumption approach.
In the second quarter results that were recently released, there is a big difference in the growth rate between GDP at factor cost and GDP at market price.
GDP at factor cost at constant (2004-05) prices in the year 2009-10 is now estimated at 44,640.