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Monetary and fiscal policy have been used to offset downturns
We now have more oil and natural resources
The gold standard has been abandoned
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b. They have undertaken more careful central government planning.
c. They have stimulated growth with fiscal policy.
d. They have blocked manufactured goods from the developed countries to
encourage their own manufacturing industries
e. They have encouraged the developed economies to adopt „free-trade‟
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