GDP measures the value of production within the geographic confines of a country. When a Canadian citizen works temporarily in the United States, his production is part of U.S. GDP. When an American citizen owns a factory in Haiti, the production at his factory is not part of U.S. GDP. (It is part of Haiti’s GDP.) Thus, items are included in a nation’s GDP if they are produced domestically, regardless of the nationality of the producer.

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