Gross County Product (GCP) is the total value of everything produced within a county’s borders. It’s a geographic breakdown of Kenya’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) that gives an estimate of the size and structure of county economies. It provides a benchmark for evaluating the growth of county economies over time.
A county’s GCP is calculated by taking into account the monetary worth of a county’s goods and services within one year. GCP provides an economic snapshot of a county, used to estimate the size of an economy and growth rate. It’s a measure of economic activity for a given county.
Here are the top 10 smallest county economies in Kenya.