GDP - Gross Domestic Product
GNP - Gross National Product
GNI - Gross National Income
GNDI - Gross National Disposable Income
We know that GNI=GNP, and that GNP=GDP+Net income from factor ownership abroad.
What I don't understant is how according to IMF Balance of Payments terminology, we have that GNDI=GDP+net primary and secondary income from abroad, when we know that GNDI = GNI+net current transfer from abroad? Wouldn't this be tantamount to say that GNP=GDP?