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What is one advantage of a centrally planned economy? A. low unemployment due to guaranteed jobs B. high levels of consumer satisfaction C. quick adjustment to changing conditions D.
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User: What is one advantage of a centrally planned economy? A. low unemployment due to guaranteed jobs B. high levels of consumer satisfaction C. quick adjustment to changing conditions D. incentives for workers have new ideas

Weegy: A. low unemployment due to guaranteed jobs
vanilla2bean|Points 2187|

User: The following lists are nations with mixed economies. In which list is the free market most dominant? A. France, Canada, South Africa, United Kingdom B. United States, United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong C. Cuba, Greece, China, United States D. Russia, Peru, France, Canada

Weegy: The answer is B. United States, United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong.
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User: In what kind of an economy does the government make all the decisions? A. mixed B. laissez-faire C. centrally planned D. free enterprise

Weegy: In C. centrally planned economy the govt. makes all decisions
Batista|Points 397|

User: What is the main difference between the economies of China and North Korea? A. North Korea is not centrally planned. B. North Korea is privatizing businesses. C. China is privatizing businesses. D. China is not centrally planned.

Weegy: The answer is C.
mrs.lovely87|Points 90|

User: An economy in which all the boys become farmers when they are adults, just as their fathers and grandfathers did, would be an example of a A. free market economy B. command economy C. traditional economy D. centrally planned economy

Weegy: This example would be C. Traditional economy
Expert answered|danjames|Points 20|

User: Why are free market economies able to attain economic growth? A. Consumers can purchase all the goods they need, which causes firms to produce more. B. Competition encourages innovation, which causes growth. C. Everyone is acting in their own self-interest, which motivates market growth. D. Firms keep producing incentives to encourage households to purchase more goods.

Weegy: The answer is B. Competition encourages innovation, which causes growth.
Expert answered|danjames|Points 20|

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