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Countries, States, and Cities
How is the Economy in Communist Countries?
Asked in Politics and Government
What kind of economies do communist countries have?
Asked in Politics and Government, Communism
Socialist and Communist countries are alike because they both?
Asked in History of Korea
Are china and North Korea the only 2 communist countries left?
No, Vetnam is also communist. And North Korea is not communist country. They dont follow any of communist country. Economy, systems are not connected with communism. The leader is like god in north korea. And the leader is doing horrible things. They say they are communist country but absoluty not. China, economy is demoncracy but only the governmental system is communist.
Asked in Books and Literature
What kind of economy is portrayed in the book 1984?
What type of economy does a communist country have?
Asked in Planned Economy
What is another name for command economy?
Asked in Economics
Why do communist countries use authoritarian methods to maintain their economic and political systems?
Asked in Vietnam War
Why was Vietnam a communist country?
Vietnam is a communist country because the government controlls everything and they have a central economy. _____ North Vietnam was communist, South Vietnam was not and did not want to be. That, in a nutshell, was what the Vietnam War was about. When all of the western countries pulled out of Vietnam, the North overran the South and both countries were reunified as Vietnam under a communist government based in Hanoi.
Asked in USSR in WW2, Karl Marx
What did Marx believe would happen in a true communist economy?
Asked in Thailand, Australia, Myanmar
Are Australia Burma and Thailand all communist countries?
Asked in Cold War
Why do people leave communist countries?
There are not a lot of communist countries left in the world, but there was a time when people used to try to flee from communist countries. In some cases they were getting away from abusive dictatorial governments, but more often they just wanted to go to a country where the economy was healthier and they could enjoy a higher standard of living. Communist countries have usually had severe economic problems, and that is the main reason why people eventually rejected communism in most of the formerly communist countries. China is a special case, and although the Chinese government claims to still be communist in nature, it has adopted a mixed economic system, with elements of both communism and capitalism.