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In a command economy, which of the following determines for whom goods and services are produced? A. the market B. tradition C. the government D. the churches
In a command economy, the GOVERNMENT determines for whom goods and services are produced.
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User: In a command economy, which of the following determines for whom goods and services are produced? A. the market B. tradition C. the government D. the churches

Weegy: A. the market
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In a command economy, the GOVERNMENT determines for whom goods and services are produced.

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