8 Major Economic Goals?

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The five major economic goals are the following: (1) Full employment. Opportunities must be available to everyone who wishes to work. (2) Price Level Stability. It is the controlled swings of price levels. (3) Equitable Distribution of Income. This decreases poverty level. (4) Economic Security. Chronically ill and disabled people must be supported by the government; and (5) Balance of Trade. This balances international financial transactions.
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