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English to Swedish translations [PRO]
History / USA
English term or phrase: of the gross world product
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) listed the United States as having a GDP of $15.1 trillion, which makes up approximately 22 percent of the gross world product in regards to market exchange rates, and more than 19 percent of the gross world product in terms of purchasing power parity.

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4 +3av global BNP
Lennart Helgesson
3bruttovärldsprodukt
Vera Schoen


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bruttovärldsprodukt


Explanation:
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Vera Schoen
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av global BNP


Explanation:
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    Reference: http://www3.volvo.com/investors/finrep/ar09/sv/2009varettdra...
Lennart Helgesson
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