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The economy of Peru varies according to the different climate zones of the country, with agriculture and fishing being two of the main branches. Peru is the 47th freest country in the world by economic freedom score, acc... More »

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Iran, Cuba, China and North Korea have command economies. In a command or planned economy, a central government authority formulates economic decisions, and the government implements each plan through legislation, direct... More »

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Brazil's economy classifies as free market, which features an exchange of goods, services and commodities internally and with other nations. Brazil varies in degree of economic freedom; in the early 2000s, Brazil's econo... More »

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All branches of the Canadian federal government are located and meet in the country's capital of Ottawa in the province of Ontario. The Parliament of Canada consists of all branches of the federal government and is locat... More »

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Peru has a tropical Amazon jungle to the east, a coastal desert to the west and the Andes mountains in the middle of the country. The Andes mountains are more than 11,400 feet tall, and overnight temperatures can drop we... More »

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Peru is the third largest country in South America, with a total population of 27,947,000. Peru contains three distinct geographical regions: the coast in the western part of the country, the Andean highlands in central ... More »

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