Gross metropolitan product

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Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) or Gross Regional Product (GRP) is one of several measures of the size of the economy of a metropolitan area. Similar to gross domestic product (GDP), GMP is defined as the market value of all final goods and services produced within a metropolitan area in a given period, which is usually one year.

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GMP is calculated annually by the Bureau of Economic Analysis within the United States Department of Commerce.[1] This is done only for metropolitan areas and not for micropolitan areas, metropolitan divisions and combined statistical areas, and BEA economic areas.[2]

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