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In what kind of an economy does the government make all the decisions?

A. mixed
B. laissez-faire
C. centrally planned
D. free enterprise
I say D am I right?

  • economics -

    No. You're wrong.

  • economics -

    I think its D

  • economics -

    I mean B

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