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The economy was increasingly controlled by big corporations
the economy of the us is a
The US has an open economy. This type of economy has a capitalist nature.
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During the US Civil War, the economy of the Northern states flourished as they supplied arms, ammunition and other supplies needed for fitting their soldiers. For the most part, no areas of the Northern economy were in danger from Southern military forces. Northern farmland crops continued to be exported to Europe as well. Mostly this was wheat.In a manner of speaking, the US economy in the civil war had the same advantages it had in WW 1 and WW 2.
The Us is a Mixed economy
Their workers are All public employees
The US of A has a mixed economy - a combination of market economy and command economy.
at the time the US has a market/free enterprise economy
economy of southeast region of the us
Many non-US ones will not be supporting them.
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 :)
When corporations borrow money they usually borrow from investors. When they do this, they are selling pieces of their business.
The US has a modified free market economy where most economic decisions are made by the private sector subject to public policy concerns such as zoning, pollution control, workplace safety, etc. Cuba has a central or 'command' economy where nearly all economic decisions are made by the government; some very small private businesses are allowed to operate, such as barbers, auto repair, etc.