Aggregate expenditure (AE)

Aggregate expenditure (AE),

Definition of Aggregate expenditure (AE):

  1. A measure of national income that is somewhat similar to gross domestic product (GDP). The total value of annual goods and services production within a country that only counts items that are actually purchased (at market prices).

How to use Aggregate expenditure (AE) in a sentence?

  1. If you want to do business with a company in a different country you should try to figure out what their aggregate expenditure is.
  2. The aggregate expenditure of oil-producing countries would be much lower if they used the oil within their own borders instead of exporting the oil to other countries.
  3. The aggregate expenditure was greater than anticipated as we had invested resources over time that had grown larger than expected.

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