Sets production goals and makes rules for distribution

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An economy in which a central authority draws up a plan that establishes what will be produced, how, and when, sets production goals, and makes rules for distribution is A. a modern socialist economy. B. a laissez-faire economy. C. a command or traditional socialist economy. D. a capitalist economy

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