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Economies of Southeast Asia

Attempt 5. By Seth, Samuel, Jaron, and Drew

Seth Freeman

on 6 November 2012

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By Seth, Samuel, Jaron, and drew Economies of Southeast Asia Economies of Southeast Asia India North Korea China, North Korea, India, and Japan are the four countries in Southeast Asia that we are discussing the economies of. Japan Japan has a market economy. Its main products
are crops, ships, cars, steels, plastics, machinery, and electronics. The two main industries are farming and factories. It exports
most of its goods to the United States but also
exports around the world. China China has a command economy. they produce
many products including tungsten, antimony
(a type of steel), cloth, cotton, and crops. Some
of the industries that produce these items are
mines, machinery and factories, and a little
farming. Their main consumer is the United
States India is a mixed economy. The two main products
in India are rice and wheat. It also produces a
little bit of electronics. Some of the main industries are farming and factories. Doesnt really have a main consumer. North Korea is a command economy. Its major products are rice, corn, corn, potatoes, soy beans, pulses; cattle, pigs, pork, and eggs. Its main industry is farming. North Korea doesn't have a main consumer We agreed that we would prefer to live in japan because it is a market economy. It has the most freedom out of the four countries. It also has the best living condition. The cons are that it is also a earthquake and tsunami prone country. This could effect citizens drastically.
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