The total value added (to the final product) is the sum of its sub-components: direct domestic, indirect, domestic and foreign. Domestic value-added is generated by a sector, while indirect domestic value is provided by domestic suppliers of the sector (or company). Foreign added value is added value created abroad and used domestically.
The total value added (to the final product) is the sum of its sub-components: direct domestic, indirect, domestic and foreign….
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