How does the economy of Cuba differ from the economy of North Korea? a In Cuba, there is economic uncertainty in exchange for individual choice. In North Korea, there is economic security in exchange for government control. b In Cuba, the government’s control of the economy has begun to loosen. In North Korea, the government maintains a tight hold over the economy. c In North Korea, the government’s control of the economy has begun to loosen. In Cuba, the government maintains a tight hold over the economy. d In North Korea, there is economic uncertainty in exchange for individual choice. In Cuba, there is economic security in exchange for government control.

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