Why did Canada choose a mixed economy?
1980 US president, Ronald Reagan, supported less government in the economy to reduce government spending and regulation of corporations. Canadian prime minister, Brian Mulroney, fallowed Reagan's example and fought for the shift right (less government involvement in the economy) in the economy in 1984. Ever since than there has been shift lefts and shift rights everywhere. therefore, Canada is a Mixed economy :)
Canada has a mixed economy
A mixed market economy.
Mixed economy and market economy
Canada has a mixed economy. A mixed economy is that where the production is determined by supply and demand. In command economies, the government decides what everybody produces and sells.
Canada is a mixed economy.
A mixed market economy
Canada has a mixed economymixed economy
The United States, United Kingdom, and Canada are among the countries that have a mixed economy. A mixed economy is practiced in Japan and Australia.
U.S.A is a Market Economy Canada is a Mixed Economy Whoo Hoo!
Japan, and Canada
Canada and the U.S have a mixed economy.
Canada mixed Russia Planned USA market
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Canada uses a mixed economy -
Individuals in the mixed economy(laissez-faire economy) are free because they are free to choose what they want to do.
Canada has a mixed economy because the groverment has put SOME rules. (e.g. money rage, taxes est) we have the freedom to chose wht we want to get,wear,even buy.
mixed, but on the side of free market
The difference between market economy and mixed economy is that a marked economy is a marked economy and a mixed economy is a mixed economy
Canada turned into a planned economy during the war becase they needed supplies so the all the companies were required to make supplies for the war.
Canada - Mixed economy, less capitalist, appoints judges. U.S.A. - Capitalist economy, votes for judges.
Canada has a Mixed Economy which means that you are free to sell want you want as long as you follow the various regulations for selling your product tyes thius is totally right im from Canada too