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4 /4 points In the context of a political and economic revolution that has been taking place in Latin America, state ownership has resulted in O inclusion of foreign and domestic private ownership. O efficient public companies. O efficient state treasuries. O predictable regulatory environments. o inefficient public companies. Feedback Based on your answer State ownership was once considered the ideal engine for economic growth. Instead of economic growth, however, they ended up with inflated public- sector bureaucracies, complicated and unpredictable regulatory environments, the outright exclusion of foreign and domestic private ownership, and inefficient public companies.
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