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What countries have a mixed economy?

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10/29/2016

The definition of mixed economy remains somewhat subjective. Both the US and Cuba have been refered to as mixed economies as all economies are to some extent or another mixed. Pure capitalism and pure communism have never and most likely can never exsist. The world's developed nations are the most common examples of mixed economies. The United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, etc... are all examples of mixed economies. Examples in the developing world include Mexico, Slovenia, South Africa, etc... India is also a mixed economy where public private partnership co exists.
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