Tutorial Part 1 1. (a) (b) Define macroeconomics concept. Discuss TWO (2) macroeconomics goals.
The following table shows the national income data for an economy in year 2009 ITEM RM (million) Exports 1000 Personal consumption expenditure 700 Changes in stock -500 Indirect business tax 450 Government expenditure 3000 Investment 2500 Personal income tax 740 Subsidies 300 Imports 2500 Factors income paid abroad 600 Depreciation 255 Factors income received from abroad 570
Based on the above data, calculate: i. ii. iii. iv. v. 2. (a) GDPmp GDPfc GNPmp GNPfc National income
Briefly explain TWO (2) government policy that can be used to achieve the macroeconomics goals. Differentiate FOUR (4) characteristic between macroeconomics and microeconomics. State THREE (3) components of gross domestic product (GDP) using the income approach.
The table shows the national income data for a country XYZ ITEM RM (million) Wholesale and retail 12500 Mining and gas 8540 Construction 25350 Manufacturing 13770 Agriculture and forestry 6045 Banking and insurance 46530 Factor payment from abroad 7860 Other services 4320 Taxes and expenditure 985 Factors payment to abroad 8760 Capital consumption 4500
Calculate: i. ii. iii. iv. 4. (a) (b) Gross domestic product at factor cost (GDPfc). Gross national product at market price (GNPmp). Gross national product at factor cost (GNPfc). National income.
Define national income concept. Discuss TWO (2) uses of national income.
The following table shows the national income data for an economy in year 2010 ITEM RM (million) Wholesale and retail 11750 Mining and gas 7250 Construction 22125 Manufacturing 15755 Agriculture and forestry 11500 Banking and insurance 15500 Factor payment from abroad 6280 Other services 3250 Taxes and expenditure 655 Factors payment to abroad 7820 Capital consumption 375
Based on the above data, calculate : i. ii. iii. iv. GDPmp GDPfc GNPmp GNPfc
v. 5. (a)
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