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Explanation: There are two terms that are similar and may cause some confusion:
1) Producto Interior Bruto (PIB), usually translated as Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This refers to all of the final services and goods produced in a country in one year. It is called "gross" product because the amortization is not reduced from this sum.
2)Producto Nacional Bruto (PNB), translated as Gross National Product (GNP). This is the major measurement of the activity of a national economy, and the term that is used most frequently by corporations. It is based on the sum of the GDP minus the product of services rendered by foreign resources and plus the product of national services abroad.
The variant proposed in the query - Producto Bruto Interno (PBI) would seem to be equivalent to PIB.