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government spending on real goods and services


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Government spending on buying goods, for example military equipment, or employing people, for example police officers. This is contrasted with government spending on transfers or interest payments: spending on real goods and services is part of the gross domestic product, whereas spending on transfers or interest payments is not.

Subjects: Economics.


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