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Meaning of “GDP per capita” in the English Dictionary

"GDP per capita" in British English

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GDP per capitanoun [U]

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the ​totalvalue of all the ​goods and ​servicesproduced by a ​country in a ​particularyear, ​divided by the ​number of ​peopleliving there: Ireland's ​GDPpercapita is now above the EU ​average.
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(Definition of GDP per capita from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"GDP per capita" in Business English

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GDP per capitanoun [U]

uk   us   ECONOMICS
the ​totalvalue of all the ​goods and ​servicesproduced in a country in a particular ​year, ​divided by the ​number of ​peopleliving there: Ireland's ​GDPper capita was above the EU ​average.
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(Definition of GDP per capita from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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