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A market economy relies on the free market to set pricing through supply and demand. How is mercantilism different than a market economy? A. In mercantilism, everybody has equal amounts of goods and services. B. In mercantilism, the slave trade decides the pricing instead of the government. C. In mercantilism, the government decides pricing instead of the consumer. D. In mercantilism, goods and services have no price tag.

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