A List of Countries with a Command Economy?

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A command economy is a type of economy is typical of communist countries where the government dictates the price of the products in the market. A list of countries with a command economy would include Cuba, China, North Korea, Burma, and the former Soviet Union. Another name for a command economy is planned economy.
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I only know a few: North Korea. China. Cuba.
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One of the best examples of a command economy over the last hundred
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Yes North Korea. Actually a full command economy - where every decision on what to produce and how to produce it is dictated by state authority - doesn't really exist. The reason
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Definitely not the us
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