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purchasing power parity (PPP)

In 2007, China’s PPP per capita was $4,100 as compared to India’s $2,100.
  a measure of GDP that is adjusted to reflect differences in the cost of living between countries
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GDP is "gross domestic product" which is a measure of the value of everything produced in the country. Since a haircut in France will cost more than a haircut in Kenya, PPP gives a better idea of two country’s relative standards of living.
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  • In 2007, China’s PPP per capita was $4,100 as compared to India’s $2,100.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   purchasing power parity (PPP) [9] , gross domestic product (GDP) [6] , gross domestic product (GDP) [6] , market concentration [9] , money supply [9]
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