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Africa Govt & Econ

In a unitary government system who holds most of the power? The central government
In an autocracy, who makes most of the important governmental decisions? An individual ruler
What is the leader of a parliamentary system often called? Prime minister
Who chooses the country's leader in a parliamentary form of government? The party with the most representatives in the legislature
In a traditional economy, how are economic decisions made? Custom and habit
How do millions of people in southern Sudan get food today? Food is provided through international organizations
In a command economy, how are economic decisions made? Government planners
Who takes on the financial risk in starting a new business in a market economy? Individuals starting new businesses
Why are most modern economies referred to as mixed economies? Most countries have aspects of all three econoic types at work in their economies
Why do most economies in the world today operate somewhere in between a market economy and a command economy? Most economies have found they need a mix of free market and some government control to be successful and protect consumers
What does Nigeria produce? Oil