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A _________ is an economic system that does not use money for trade. a. bill of exchange c. domestic system b. barter economy d. market economy
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A barter economy is an economic system that does not use money for trade.
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The most important purpose of early banks was a. money lending. c. saving money. b. collecting taxes. d. granting land.
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The most important purpose of early banks was: MONEY LENDING.
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The investment of capital is one of the marks of a market economy User: The most important purpose of early banks was a. money lending. c. saving money. b. collecting taxes. d. granting land.
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The investment of capital is one of the marks of a market economy. TRUE.
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The most important purpose of early banks was: MONEY LENDING.
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The most important purpose of early banks was a. money lending. c. saving money. b. collecting taxes. d. granting land.
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