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A command system is an economic system in which the government has complete control over determining what goods and services are produced and how resources are allocated. In this system, the government typically owns and operates key industries and directs economic planning and decisions.
- The command system in the country leads to a limited choice of consumer goods available in the market.
- In a command system, the government sets the prices of essential commodities.
- The command system has allowed the government to prioritize national development projects.
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