..National Account- Descriptive Statistics, Applied Statistics

A country''s national accounts are assumed to look as follows:

GDP 1180
VAT and taxes 140
Commodity subsidies 60
Raw material and consumables 530

1. Calculate GVA
2. Calculate the output value (PV)
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