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Third stop: Canada
Fourth stop: Ethiopia
I can't believe they have to grow and make everything here!
Here in Canada Riley sees that they have a mixed economy. This means that they have a mixture of command and market economy. So, when Riley goes to the museum of Canada she sees that Canada has some privately owned businesses but their government controls the oil industry.
In Ethiopia they have what is called a traditional economy which means goods and services are produced the way they've always been. For example everything they have here food wise is grown and all of their huts are made with wood and their bare hands. There aren't any businesses just people with resources.
After a long trip of traveling and learning many things on her trip she decides to head to the airport and head home to tell her friends what shes seen and learned!
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