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Q: What is the difference between a recession and a depression? A. A recession is a period of economic growth while a depression is a period of economic contraction. B.
A recession is more severe than a depression and lasts longer. C. A depression is a particularly deep recession with high levels of unemployment. D. Unlike a recession, a depression includes high levels of inflation.
A: A depression is a particularly deep recession with high levels of unemployment is the difference between a recession and a depression.
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User: What is the difference between a recession and a depression? A. A recession is a period of economic growth while a depression is a period of economic contraction. B. A recession is more severe than a depression and lasts longer. C. A depression is a particularly deep recession with high levels of unemployment. D. Unlike a recession, a depression includes high levels of inflation.





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A depression is a particularly deep recession with high levels of unemployment is the difference between a recession and a depression.

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