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    free market economy? To answer that question, no, we do not have a free market. We have a mixed economy which is similar to capitalist but not the same. Capitalist means there is a free market, while mixed means that there’s more freedom but still a little government regulation. So even though the government does have a little regulation, like the FDA, most of the decisions of each individual companies are decided by themselves, unless it breaks a law. One way that our country is mixed is that the

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    community and its heritage. Advantages: - Traditional economies often provide economic security. - The community works together. Everyone plays an equally important role in traditional economy. - Traditional economies also tend to be sustainable because they grow slowly. People come together and work for survival not profit. - This economic system isn’t destructive to the environment. The natural land is

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    A country's economy can determine the state of the nation's future and its people. Canada's economy is one of the largest economies on the planet. The United States of America has proposed a new economic system for Canada to adapt which is a market economic system. The Idea of a market economy is that individuals can set their own price for their products without the government's intervention. This nation is globally known for equality and we have every intention to preserve that image thereby we

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    An economic system defines how the various entities in an economy interact. People have defined an economic system variously to include government policies, which is very important especially in modern times. Ancient systems were pretty simple. Trade was done using systems like barter trade which was very straight forward. People only exchanged what they had for what they needed, or wanted. However, in modern monetary economies, the setting is quite intricate. Huge established companies have a lot

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    things and my opinion. In a market economy, there are good and bad aspects of having your country run off of the consumers’ prices of goods. A market economy is an economic system where decisions of prices and goods are sorted out by the public. In a country such as the USA, they have a market economy; their prices of goods are based off of competition and not the government. A market economy is driven by supply and demand

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    revenue by a having a mixed economic system. This means the producers and consumers decide what to produce based on the supply and demand. As well, the government makes the decisions on what to produce such as our petroleum industry. Private and the government are just the main ways on to how to produce. In the end of all the manifestation of the products, you, the people, whom are the producers

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    countries around the world, including Canada, rely on a mixed market economy system in which the allocation of most resources, goods and services is determined by supply and demand through markets and prices. This system has many flaws, including environmental damage, high income inequality both within and between countries, resource depletion and so on. When I think of alternative economic system, I have to go back to the basics of mixed economic system, what actually is and what it does. In every

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    The most know economy is a mixed economy. Economies have to decide how much or how little they want from each economy. They have to take from traditional, market, and command economies, in order to make mixed economy. In order to make this decision they have to answer many questions. They have to look at what more people in the economy want and what they will buy. If I were to make an economy I would look at what people I have in my economy. Do I have more traditional people, people who want the

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    economic system can be viewed as a mixed economy. Purely, due to the fact that The African National Congress (ANC) has a committed themselves to a “mixed economy”. However, there is much debate over the implications this could place not only for, South Africa but also for the international businesses and for ultimately the people. “The mixed economy” is a concept that is unclear, rather than a “rigorous economic model”. There are two underlying factors about a mixed economy, and this is due to the fact

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    In order for a country to run, it needs to sustain a stable economy. A country can choose one of the three economies; Market economy, Planned economy, and Mixed economy. Market economy is primarily based on supply and demand and is described as a shift right on the economic spectrum. As well, resources are privately owned by businesses rather than the government. Market economy is primarily controlled by the consumers who drive the economic decision making with little government involvement. Words

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