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Contribution of final demand components to gross domestic product (GDP) is often measured by a simple aggregated national accounting identity. Under this conventional approach, the contribution of exports is subtracted from imports to compute the contribution of net exports but it fails to split the imported intermediate and final use that is embodied in each domestic final demand. The so-called importadjusted approach is considered to be an ideal approach to measure the contribution of eachdoi:10.22452/mjes.vol55no1.7 fatcat:ypoywhfl3fgg7bmij23tejgesm