Free Market Economies and the Automotive Industry

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Free Market Economies and the Automotive Industry
Introduction
Many theorists, articles and books are of the opinion that the free market economies are the most efficient manner in which resources can be adequately allocated and therefore they consider it to be the best form of economy in the world (
Sloman
and
Wride
, 2009).
Free markets are said to function on an autonomous basis, which is why many of the developed countries around the world use such a system as they feel that it requires the least amount of intervention from governments and monetary bodies. However even these countries are not free of market intervention and many of the economies around the world adopt a mixed economy, thereby making it somewhat equally popular and the...
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.....s will be more costly and less efficient.
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