International economic alliances

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1. International economic alliances tend to be formed among widely separated countries with different but complementary resources. almost invariably result from previously arranged military or defense alliances. formed in one world region frequently stimulate the creation of countering alliances. represent a significant surrender of national autonomy to "superstates" remote from local control. A & B are incorrect C is correct 2. The justification for designating Appalachia as a planning region was based upon distinctive topographic features. ethnic folk music, cuisine, and dialect. recognition of political cohesion and predictable voting patterns.
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