Why Is GNP Better Than GDP?

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GNP is better off than GDP because GNP measures what a nation makes, not only internally, but overseas as well hence the term 'National.' On the other hand, GDP measures the sale of goods and services which are made within a country, hence the word 'domestic.'
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GNP is higher when there is more income generated from Americans on our land and abroad then there is by the income generated domestically alone.
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GNP does not exclude but include net income from abroad.So GNP=GDP+net income from abroad. GNP is better than GDP,but it is more harder to find the exact data that it will get involved
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GPD measures national income and and output, GNP is the total market value of all
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