State Domestic Product

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State Domestic Product, or SDP, is the total value of goods and services produced during any financial year within the geographical boundaries of a state. Also called the state income, SDP is always calculated or estimated in monetary terms, and is instrumental in the evaluation of per capita income. State here refers to a country subdivision, as in the states of the United States and the states of India. While GDP gives a good estimate of the entire nation's output, SDP provides more detailed economic details about subnational territories.

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