Depicted here is the general government revenue as a share of the national gross domestic product. As defined by the International Monetary Fund, the general government revenue consists of the revenue from taxes, social contributions, grants receivable, and other revenue. As this revenue increases, a government's net worth increases. The gross domestic product represents the total value of final goods and services produced during a year.
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