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    I'm confident with GDP, it's just the difference between GNP and GNI that I don't get. Some sites say they're the same and others explain them both in an identical way.

    The Edexcel specification says we need to learn them both so I assume they are both different.
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    I'm still a bit confused.
    GNP is GDP + Income into the country from abroad or minus money sent out of the country from individuals.

    GNI is GDP + Income into the country from abroad or minus money sent out of the country from business (through dividends and interest)

    Is this correct?
 
 
 
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