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What basic principles are fundamental to American free enterprise?
The basic principles that are fundamental to American free enterprise are 1 entrepreneurship 2.easy entry/exit 3.profit motive 4.capital/enterprise factors for production. 5.laissez-faire . 6 customer oriented REF:
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The basic principles that are fundamental to American free enterprise are 1 entrepreneurship 2.easy entry/exit 3.profit motive 4.capital/enterprise factors for production. 5.laissez-faire . 6 customer oriented REF:
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