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Countries that try to change from a command economy to a market economy face all of the following problems of transition EXCEPT a. the need for people to adapt to new economic incentives. b. the struggle for political power as new leadership emerges. c. the need to unionize workers. d. the privatization of industry.
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Countries that try to change from a command economy to a market economy face all of the following problems of transition EXCEPT the need to unionize workers.
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Countries that try to change from a command economy to a market economy face all of the following problems of transition EXCEPT the need to unionize workers.
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