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What are the different types of economic systems? A. preindustrial B. industrial C. postindustrial D. all of the above
The different types of economic systems are pre-industrial, industrial and postindustrial. The answer is all of the above.
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The different types of economic systems are pre-industrial, industrial and postindustrial. The answer is all of the above.
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