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Q: Innovation lagged in the centrally planned economies because: (Points : 1) there was too much domestic business competition. there was too much competition from foreign firms.
enterprises resisted innovation out of fear that their production targets would be raised. exports had to equal imports for the plan to work.
A: Innovation lagged in the centrally planned economies because enterprises resisted innovation in fear that their production targets would be raised.
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User: Innovation lagged in the centrally planned economies because: (Points : 1) there was too much domestic business competition. there was too much competition from foreign firms. enterprises resisted innovation out of fear that their production targets would be raised. exports had to equal imports for the plan to work.

Weegy: Innovation lagged in the centrally planned economies because enterprises resisted innovation in fear that their production targets would be raised.
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User: Which of the following is a distinguishing feature of a market system? (Points : 1) public ownership of all capital central planning widespread private ownership of capital a circular flow of goods, resources, and money

Weegy: Wide-spread private ownership of capital is a distinguishing feature of a market system.
Expert answered|bezeverhad|Points 50|

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The law of demand states that: (Points : 1) price and quantity demanded are inversely related. the larger the number of buyers in a market, the lower the product price will be. price and quantity demanded are directly related. consumers will buy more of a product at high prices than at low prices.
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The law of demand states that: price and quantity demanded are inversely related.
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