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22 January, 17:31

How is a free-market economy different from a mixed economy?

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  1. 22 January, 18:06
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    A free economy has a 100% open economy with very little government interaction however a mixed economy is open to the public but is semi-closely regulated by the government.
  2. 22 January, 19:00
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    Free market are determined by an open market and mixed protects private property and gives a nice amount of freedom but also lets the government interfere
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