4 September 1995 Dictated economy, which relies on state ownership, has shown vitality only in countries on a low level of economic development, which also have to deal with the problem of their population’s elementary existence. After an initial success, dictated economy lost its efficiency and in spite of its humane manifesto, socialism gave way […]

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