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Why is PPP GDP higher than nominal?

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Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) is a method of comparing currencies to each other on the basis of their ability to purchase goods and services within the local economy. If the GDP PPP is significantly higher than the nominal GDP, this suggests that the local purchasing power of the Dinar is strong.
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GDP & PPP



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