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chris (california)
20th June 2007
Why don't we have a gsp ppp since the same product in different states will cost different amounts. Also, why isn't the poverty level of the people of a particular state not calculated with the gsp instead of the total gdp. That would be like taking all of the countries of the EU and calculating their people's poverty level against the entire EU's GDP, you get a skewed number.

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