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1. In the Soviet Union and prereform China: A. both consumer and capital goods outputs were determined by central planning. B. both consumer and capital goods outputs were determined by the market. C. capital goods output was determined by planning, but consumer goods output was determined by the market. D. consumer goods output was determined by planning, but capital goods output was determined by the market. 2. Soviet and prereform Chinese industrial enterprises historically were: A. self-financing corporations. B. government-owned monopolies. C. employee-owned state businesses. D. privately owned, but governmentally managed firms. 3. Soviet growth in the 1950s and 1960s was achieved primarily by: A. increasing the productive efficiency of inputs. B. using more inputs. C. encouraging foreign private investment. D. shifting resources from the military sector to the civilian sector. 4. A major economic implication of the emphasis on economic self-sufficiency in the centrally planned economies of the Soviet Union and pre-reform China was that: A. their price levels were lower than they would have been otherwise. B.
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