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Annual change in net material product in the USSR and Eastern Bloc 1970-1990

Annual change in net material product (NMP) in the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc from 1970 to 1990

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Release date

1993

Region

Bulgaria, Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, German Democratic Republic, CEE

Survey time period

1970 to 1990

Supplementary notes

*Eastern Europe here refers to Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Romania.

**Net Material Product (NMP) was the main key economic indictor used in planned economies throughout the twentieth century (Soviet/COMECON states). NMP is calculated in a similar way to GDP, however NMP focuses on tangible output and excludes many of the factors included in GDP, such as the output of service sectors, and spending on healthcare, state administration, and defense.

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