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PPP

abbreviation for PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP.
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Meanwhile, according to the purchasing power parity, the prices in Slovakia and the eurozone grew roughly at an equal pace in the same period.
GDP at purchasing power parity adjusts for price level differences across countries and provides a better measure of the volume of goods and services produced in an economy.
Purchasing power parity measures a country's income using a set of international prices applied to all economies.
It is pertinent to ask, "Is a flexible exchange rate system between two currencies always better even if purchasing power parity does not hold between the two countries?
First, purchasing power parity (PPP), which quantifies the inflation exchange rates relationship, in other words it attempts to explain that exchange rates adjust based on the respective inflation rates in the two different countries.
It takes its name from the Big Mac, a hamburger sold at McDonald's restaurants, and measures the purchasing power parity between two currencies on the basis of the cost of a Big Mac in each country.
In terms of purchasing power parity, the dollar seems a tad undervalued these days, but that does not mean it will soon appreciate.
In this reader directed at students, researchers, and teachers of economics, Manzur (finance and banking, Curtin Business School, Australia) brings together 19 key articles on the purchasing power parity (PPP) theory of exchange-rate determination.
These include life expectancy, adult literacy and enrolment at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels, in addition to the standard of living, measured by purchasing power parity.
The chamber said that with India being the fourth largest economy in the world as far as purchasing power parity was concerned then there were ample opportunities available to UK companies.
3 trillion (in 2007 dollars, purchasing power parity basis).
The purchasing power parity theory (PPP) is perhaps one of the most important theories in economics that has received the largest attention in the literature (1).