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    Hey, Im currently having problems of how to answer this question. I normally know how to answer these but with the added information especially the 1,000 servings its serving me great difficulty answering the question.
    Any help would be appreciated thanks.

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    (Original post by Ccox)
    Im currently having problems of how to answer this question. I normally know how to answer these but with the added information especially the 1,000 servings its serving me great difficulty answering the question.
    GDP is the value of all goods and services. In this example you sum the value of coca-cola, white rum, limes, and cuba libres.

    However, for GDP you need to exclude the value intermediary products (basically goods and services used as inputs into another product) to avoid double counting. So you need to work out how much of each coca-cola, white rum, and limes are used to produce 1000 cuba libres.

    (And of course factor in inflation at the end).
 
 
 
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