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A command economy, or a planned economy, is where the big decisions are ... Countries with command economies include Burma, Cuba, Iran, Liberia, and ...

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The command economy is a key feature of any communist society. Cuba, North Korea and the former Soviet Union are examples of countries that have ...

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A command economy is planned by a government to attain its societal goals. Here are 5 characteristics, pros, cons, and examples of countries.

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Iran, Cuba, China and North Korea have command economies. In a command or planned economy, a central government authority formulates economic ...

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Jul 19, 2017 ... A command economy or "planned economy" refers to an economic ... The two major countries in history which featured command economies ...

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command economy: economic system in which the means of production are ... characteristic of the Soviet Union and the communist countries of the Eastern bloc ...

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Jul 2, 2017 ... Command economy investopedia terms c command. Also known as a planned command economy defined. Why all democratic countries have ...

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Although most economies today are market economies or mixed economies ( which are partially planned), planned economies exist in some countries such as  ...

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Nov 28, 2012 ... In a command economy, it is the government that decides what to produce, ... economy – though politically the country still remains communist.