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What are some of the basic principles of free enterprise? a. research institutions, government restriction, and stock qualifications b. profit motive, legal equality, private property rights, free
contract, and competition c. interest groups, disclosure laws, public interest, and negative regulation d. absolute organizations, low prices, and quality control indexes
Some of the basic principles of free enterprise are: b. profit motive, legal equality, private property rights, free contract, and competition.
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User: The principle that everyone can complete in the marketplace is called competition. economic choice. free contract. open opportunity.

User: What are some of the basic principles of free enterprise? a. research institutions, government restriction, and stock qualifications b. profit motive, legal equality, private property rights, free contract, and competition c. interest groups, disclosure laws, public interest, and negative regulation d. absolute organizations, low prices, and quality control indexes

Weegy: Some of the basic principles of free enterprise are: b. profit motive, legal equality, private property rights, free contract, and competition.
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