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peopleBelow is some data of a fictitious country Petersville. Calculate Petersville’s GDP.
Consumption expenditure | 1000 |
Exports | 125 |
Government Purchases of Goods and Services | 300 |
Construction of New Homes and Apartments | 125 |
Sales of existing homes and apartments | 320 |
Imports | 90 |
Beginning of year inventory stocks | 140 |
End of year inventory stocks | 160 |
Business fixed investments | 250 |
Government payments to retirees | 160 |
Household purchases of durable goods | 265 |
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