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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.
The answer is C. China is in economic transition and is privatizing some state-run businesses.
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