Traditional Economy Countries?

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A traditional economy is one where people still use primitive tools and methods of harvesting. These are underdeveloped countries where economic growth is almost nonexistent. There are no true traditional economies left in the world today. The traditional economy is based on countries that have agriculture as their main means of live. The only countries that come close to this definition are Bangladesh, Burma, Malawi, and Myanmar. They are considered to have a mixed economy or are called developing countries.
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