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What is Double Deflation

This is an approach to the deflation of the production measure of GDP. This involves deflating, for each industry, the total output and total intermediate consumption separately. The difference between the deflated total output and the deflated total intermediate is, by definition, the constant price GVA contribution to the production measure..

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