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All of the following led to the collapse of the Soviet economy EXCEPT a. a lack of worker incentives. c. inadequate supply of consumer goods. b. a reliance on production quotas. d. the introduction of a market economy.
Weegy: Answer: d. the introduction of a market economy. User: Who attempted to restructure the Soviet Union's economy through his policy of perestroika? a. Vladimir Ilyich Lenin c. Mikhail Gorbachev b. Joseph Stalin d. Boris Yeltsin Weegy: The answer is d. Boris Yeltsin. User: All of the following are true of the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin EXCEPT: a. a Five-Year Plan was created to achieve rapid industrialization. b. production quotas were too high and the supply of consumer goods was too low. c. agriculture was greatly impacted by the centrally planned economy. d. soviet citizens worked harder for Stalin then they did for Lenin because Stalin increased their income to increase incentive to work. Weegy: All of the following are true of the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin EXCEPT: d. soviet citizens worked harder for Stalin then they did for Lenin because Stalin increased their income to increase incentive to work. User: collectivization Weegy: If you mean in the Soviet Union, the results were disastrous. [ Agricultural output fell by over 70% in the years from 1923 to 1940 (resulting in catastrophic famine which killed millions), while industrial output (Despite Stalin's "Five Year Plans") fell by 40%. ] User: All of the following are disadvantages of communism EXCEPT a. the forces of supply and demand set prices. b. few individual freedoms. c. little incentive to innovate and produce. d. inefficient centralized planning. Weegy: d. inefficient centralized planning is not a disadvantage of communism. User: Based on the table, how do most Chinese people make their living? a. in industry and commerce c. in construction and mining b. in agriculture and forestry d. in social services Weegy: b. in agriculture and forestry (More)
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Which of the following is referred to as an Asian Tiger? a. North Korea c. Japan b. Singapore d. China
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Singapore is referred to as an Asian Tiger.
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The ability to produce a product most efficiently given all the other products that could be produced. a. comparative advantage c. resource advantage b. absolute advantage d. technological advantage
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The ability to produce a product most efficiently given all the other products that could be produced is: COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE.
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When a nation imports more than it exports, economists say it has which of the following? a. a trade surplus c. a trade deficit b. a balance of trade d. a national difference
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When a nation imports more than it exports, economists say it has: a TRADE DEFICIT.
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