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DSS. Which of the countries has the least freedom to do business? (explain why next to your answer) Brazil Canada Cuba Russia. Comparing the Economies of Canada, Cuba, and Brazil. Canada. Who owns businesses and farms? Private citizens and corporations. Canada.

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DSS

Which of the countries has the least freedom to do business? (explain why next to your answer)

Brazil

Canada

Cuba

Russia

canada
Canada
  • Who owns businesses and farms?
  • Private citizens and corporations
canada1
Canada
  • Who decides what to produce and how much to produce?
  • Private citizens and corporations
canada2
Canada
  • Who decides how goods and services will be produced?
  • Private citizens and corporations
canada3
Canada
  • Who decides distribution methods and prices for goods and services?
  • Private citizens and corporations
canada4
Canada
  • Who decides the prices for goods and services?
  • Buyers and sellers based on supply and demand
canada5
Canada
  • How are property rights protected?
  • Laws and a good court system protect people’s property rights
canada6
Canada
  • How difficult is it to start your own business?
  • Very easy, in a few days
slide10
Cuba
  • Who owns businesses and farms?
  • Mostly owned by the government; some private ownership of small farms or businesses
slide11
Cuba
  • Who decides what to produce and how much to produce?
  • Government planners
slide12
Cuba
  • Who decides how goods and services will be produced?
  • Government planners
slide13
Cuba
  • Who decides distribution methods and prices for goods and services?
  • Government planners
slide14
Cuba
  • Who decides the prices for goods and services?
  • Government planners
slide15
Cuba
  • How are property rights protected?
  • Some personal property rights allowed, but judges and the courts are run by the central government
slide16
Cuba
  • How difficult is it to start your own business?
  • Very little private business allowed
brazil
Brazil
  • Who owns businesses and farms?
  • Private citizens and corporations for the most part; the government owns some larger industries such as steel
brazil1
Brazil
  • Who decides what to produce and how much to produce?
  • Private citizens and corporations for the most part; the government controls some larger industries such as steel
brazil2
Brazil
  • Who decides how goods and services will be produced?
  • Private citizens and corporations for the most part; the government controls some larger industries such as steel
brazil3
Brazil
  • Who decides distribution methods and prices for goods and services?
  • Private citizens and corporations for the most part; the government controls some larger industries such as steel
brazil4
Brazil
  • Who decides the prices for goods and services?
  • Buyers and sellers based on supply and demand
brazil5
Brazil
  • How are property rights protected?
  • Laws are in place, but a poor court system is a problem for protecting property rights
brazil6
Brazil
  • How difficult is it to start your own business?
  • Somewhat time-consuming