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Which of the following best summarizes the Russian economy between 1998 and 2007? A. Its economy was in crisis until the price of oil began to rise. B. Its economy remained stagnant and did not
recover. C. Its economy was transitioned to a centrally planned system. D. Its economy collapsed as the Soviet Union broke apart.
A. Its economy was in crisis until the price of oil began to rise.
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User: Which of the following best summarizes the Russian economy between 1998 and 2007? A. Its economy was in crisis until the price of oil began to rise. B. Its economy remained stagnant and did not recover. C. Its economy was transitioned to a centrally planned system. D. Its economy collapsed as the Soviet Union broke apart.





Weegy: A. Its economy was in crisis until the price of oil began to rise.
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User: Which of the following words or phrases could be placed along the fuse in the cartoon to indicate how global events could ignite the firecrackers? A. international investment and trade in currencies B. offshore jobs and immigration C. multinational corporations and free-market policies D. competition and wages

Weegy: Seems like you could use any of those depending on the argument you were trying to make. Maybe that is the exercise. Whatever you choose, you will probably be asked to explain why you made a particular choice.
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