Heather had one goal: Gather intel on different countries for Britain. She had just arrived in France.
Do you understand the plan?
Heather went to try out a local bakery. She learned from a baker named Jordan that France has a mixed economy, like Britain. People can start their own businesses with some government involvement.
I've owned this bakery for 30 years.
Heather now had to sneak into North Korea to learn more about its economy. She had to sleep in a barn during the storm.
This part will be a lot harder.
Heather accidentally ran into a teen girl living in the barn named Ji Su. She told Heather that North Korea has a command economy, where the government controls everything.
Everything is so expensive!
After leaving North Korea, Heather updated her bosses on what she had learned so far. They asked her to find a market economy, and she fatefully told them that no country has no true market economy. Heather then started to head for India.
She made it to rural India where she met a woman named Gowri. Gowri told Heather that her community uses a traditional economy, like they they had for centuries.