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The North Korean government owns all property and all economic output. Almost all imports are banned, and production of goods and services by foreign companies is forbidden. This would be an example of a free enterprise economy.
The North Korean government owns all property and all economic output. Almost all imports are banned, and production of goods and services by foreign companies is forbidden. This would be an example of a free enterprise economy. FALSE.
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The North Korean government owns all property and all economic output. Almost all imports are banned, and production of goods and services by foreign companies is forbidden. This would be an example of a free enterprise economy. FALSE.
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