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mixed economynoun [C]

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an economic system in which some industries or parts of industries are controlled privately and some by the government: Although health care is funded mainly by the government, in most countries it is delivered by a mixed economy.
(Definition of mixed economy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 多体制混合经济…
in Chinese (Traditional) 混合經濟…
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