GDP deflator

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The factor by which the value of GDP (see gross domestic product) at current prices must be reduced (deflated) to express GDP in terms of the prices of some base year (e.g. 1980). The GDP deflator is thus a measure of inflation.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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