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MCQ 17

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The chart shows real GDP and real GDP per head from 1981 - 2001
From the data in the chart, we can deduce that

  1. Real GDP per head has increased each year since 1988
  2. Unemployment was lower in 2001 than in 1990
  3. Productivity in the UK economy has improved each year since 1992
  4. GDP has grown more quickly than GDP per head over the last twenty years
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